CES maintains a strict inspection and quality control process to ensure the safe, secure and monitored destruction of inbound non-hazardous waste streams.

Our clients begin with a material characterization form that describes the source of the waste and its expected components. This is accompanied by relevant supporting documentation—such as safety data sheets, product inserts and analytical results—to confirm that the waste is non-hazardous, according to the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act. Once our expert material profilers confirm that the waste is acceptable and safe for our operators to process, our compliance team inspects selected containers upon delivery to ensure integrity, treatability and conformance to the documented non-hazardous profile. Materials that pass inspection are sent to be processed for treatment, recycling or disposal. Materials failing inspection are deemed “off-specification.” In these situations, we will communicate with the waste generator to identify the material and reject the waste if it is confirmed to be hazardous.