Have you stopped to think recently about how much your waste management is costing you? Not just in terms of money, but in terms of time and effort? Recycling your business waste can improve the efficiency, image and environmental impact of your enterprise, regardless of its size. Both small businesses and large corporations can benefit from taking an eco-friendly approach to waste management.
Throwing away your commercial waste without considering other …Continue Reading
ERC of Baltimore Maryland is proud to announce that we have expanded our services to include industrial wastewater treatment and containerized waste services. This results in highly effective and efficient removal of your locations waste and the peace of mind associated with ERC’s thirty (30) years of industry experience.
Industrial Wastewater Treatment
We are presently treating industrial wastewater at our Baltimore plant. This expansion of services will allow affordable wastewater treatment …Continue Reading
Excavation involves digging and moving or removing earth. Excavation is a common task for construction workers who need to shape the ground to accommodate their building project. Excavation can also be used to remove harmful waste that has seeped into a section of soil. Whatever the reason for excavating land, the main question is what type of equipment to use to accomplish the …Continue Reading
As infrastructure surges in 2018, many construction managers face the challenge of building around power lines, gas pipelines and other sensitive utility sites. The consequences of not properly assessing sites can be dire: line damage, environmental destruction, trench cave-ins, OSHA violations, and severe project delays. In some cases, striking volatile utilities — such as live electric wires or natural gas pipes — can lead to worker injury or even death.
Thankfully, …Continue Reading
Comprehensive federal infrastructure legislation has led to a construction boom in 2018. For commercial builders, the financial bottom line on a project separates success from failure. Necessary through the entirety of the project, construction waste disposal is a crucial expense. Make construction waste disposal a part of your project plan from the very start.
By The Numbers:
Construction will surge by 4.8% in 2018
Site waste disposal impacts your bottom line
There’s no time like April to think about Spring Cleaning. The same goes for your manufacturing facility! As the largest residual waste processing facility in the mid-Atlantic region, ERC has helped countless job sites properly clean out facilities — both temporarily (clean-out) and permanently (closure).
While the idea of closing operations to clean feels daunting, keep this in mind: Clean facilities reflect compliance, consistency, and responsible leadership. On top of …Continue Reading
When the words “March Madness” are typically uttered, most people are quick on the draw to discuss their NCAA brackets. Other may use that term when describing the unconventional weather patterns over the last several weeks. Temperatures finally starting to tease with warmer mornings, to suddenly plunge low the following day as you wake up to a foot of snow, and on the first day of Spring nonetheless.
Which brings me …Continue Reading
When the weather outside is frightful, ERC encourages customers to keep safety in mind! Inclement weather conditions such as snowstorms, freezing rain, and high winds can impact waste collection pickup. Follow these waste collection tips to ensure safe and efficient pickup at your business site.
Please provide a clear, safe path for ERC personnel and trucks to access drums, tanks, and roll off dumpsters. Account for approach and …Continue Reading
Waste management in the mid-Atlantic reflects economic trends across the nation. Here are four of the top waste and recycling trends that could shape the industry in 2018.
1. Construction-Related Disposal
Construction is expected to surge by 4.8% in 2018, reports Construction Dive. This number is supported by record-high spending stats in November 2017. Residential construction should grow at a moderate pace driven by low-interest rates, healthy job …Continue Reading
ERC purchased a former laundry building adjacent to the solidification processing area in June of 2016. In December of 2017, the DEP granted a transfer station permit for the property and then transferred to the adjacent fully-permitted waste processing facility owned and operated by ERC.
The new facility and permit includes 9,400 square feet of processing …Continue Reading