We have 25+ Years of Experience in Waste Management and Disposal Services!
Founded in 1994, EWSI specializes in packaging, transportation, and disposal of hazardous waste, asbestos, contaminated materials such as soil, water, sludge, PCB’s, recycling of universal waste and non-regulated waste streams that require special handling.
Over the last 25+ years, EWSI has consistently provided the highest quality of environmental support to a wide range of clients throughout the Northeastern United States. EWSI’s team has been chosen time and time again to provide waste management and disposal services by our clientele.
We have gained a superior reputation in the waste industry because of the experience and expertise of our personnel and their ability to address all types of waste transportation and disposal/recycling needs. All transportation services are fully insured, permitted and licensed to handle the transport of special and hazardous waste. We maintain on file, and submit to you, copies of all permits, insurance certificates and related information for your proper submittal and notification requirements.
EWSI, a certified Woman-Owned Virginia Corporation, deals with the transportation and disposal/ recycling of:
WHY CHOOSE US
Highly Trained Staff
EWSI answers your questions and services our customers in the entire Northeastern region of the U.S. Our management and staff are comprised of a highly-skilled group of transportation and disposal/recycling facility experts. We believe that there is no substitute for the wisdom, skill, and knowledge that experience builds in a dedicated work force. In fact, in order to help limit future liability, to the greatest extent possible, we ensure that the practices of today will meet or exceed the scrutiny of tomorrow.
Many types of businesses generate hazardous waste. Some are small companies that may be located in your community. For example, the following types of businesses typically generate hazardous waste: dry cleaners, auto repair shops, hospitals, exterminators, and photo processing centers. Some hazardous waste generators are larger companies like chemical manufacturers, electroplating companies, and petroleum refineries.
No. Handlers of hazardous waste must meet certain regulatory requirements. Generators and transporters must have government issued identification numbers, and comply with other regulations regarding the handling of hazardous waste. Treatment, storage and disposal facilities must meet even more stringent requirements, and must have a permit to operate.