Management and Disposition of Solid and Hazardous Wastes
ICF Kaiser Servicios Ambientales in coordination with ICF Kaiser International and under World Bank financial support performed a hazardous waste diagnostic in which the size of the toxic waste issue in Mexico, including level of hazardous waste stock and options for handling, recycling and disposal strategies and policies were established. The former ICF Kaiser Servicios Ambientales was hired by the National Association of Chemical Industries (Asociación Nacional de la Industria Química, ANIQ), and accepted by the then SEDESOL (now SEMARNAT), for developing the project of the Mexican Official Norm (Norma Oficial Mexicana, NOM) for handling waste lubricant oil in Mexico.
In Mexico, E3 CONSULTANTS coordinated a project in order to locate, design and evaluate the environmental feasibility for a hazardous waste landfill for a private client. In addition our company has offered professional assessment and services to remove, manage, treat, transport and dispose solid and hazardous wastes.
Our company experience includes the removal, transportation and disposal of contaminated soils associated with a virgin oil spill in a highway; an ex-situ clean up project for a waste oil spill and; the removal, segregation, transport and disposal of hazardous wastes in a rail yard maintenance facility.
E3 CONSULTANTS experience also includes the professional support and legal advice for hazardous wastes removal, transportation and final disposal. Recently, our company obtained from the federal authorities the technology and procedures approval for a contaminated soil neutralization and bioremediation in an industrial facility in the state of Querétaro.