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Welcome to our Newsroom

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, May 21, 2015
Welcome to our Newsroom Blog!
Here you will find the latest information about our company, projects and people. Browse articles, publications, press releases and read through other news coverage of Clark Environmental.

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20th Anniversary

Largest Waste Solidification Processor in the Southeastern US

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, April 23, 2015
On March 2, 2015, Clark Environmental's waste solidification permit was renewed by Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP). As part of the permit renewal, CLARK doubled our capabilities to process sludge, liquid and solid materials. With 39,935 square feet of permitted processing and storage space (not including thermal treatment processing and storage),CLARK is now permitted to handle and process more sludge than any other facility in the entire Southeastern US.  

As part of the permit renewal, CLARK's waste processing permit allows us to process up to 9,660 tons of material and handle up to 62,544 gallons of Wastewater. This does not include our capabilities to process and store over 15,000 tons of material for Thermal Treatment.

While many competitors are limited to the amount of material they can process using roll-off boxes, our capabilities to process and treat material are unmatched.

To learn more about Clark Environmental's capabilities visit:

Sustainable Remediation Methods

Clark Environmental Admin - Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Sustainable Remediation Methods for the Petroleum Cleanup Program

Welcome to Captain Jim's Fishing Page

Clark Environmental Admin - Friday, January 02, 2015

Below you will find pictures of CLARK clients, friends, and family. 

Here are a few of Captain Jim's Fishing information websites.


2015 Fishing Pics

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, January 01, 2015

2014 Fishing Pics

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, August 07, 2014

2013 Summer Tradeshows

Clark Environmental Admin - Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Clark Environmental Fishing Rod & Reel

Upcoming 2013


CLARK will be exhibiting at the trade shows listed below. 

Visit our booth at these events and enter for a chance to win a Custom Clark Environmental Fishing Rod and Reel. 

Florida Remediation Conference South

Florida Remediation Conference South 

May 9th-10th | Embassy Suites, Ft Lauderdale

For More Information Visit FRC South

Visit us at Booth #22


FAWQC Conference & Tradeshow 

June 12th-14th | Waldorf Astoria Naples

For More Information Visit FAWQC

Visit us at Booth #1

Florida Environmental Permitting Summer School

Environmental Permitting Summer School

July 17th-18th | Marco Island Marriot Resort

For More Information Visit Florida Environmental Network

Visit us at Booth #8

FPMA Sunshine Expo

FPMA Sunshine Food & Fuel Expo

July 20th-23th | Orlando World Marriot Center

For More Information Visit Food & Fuel Expo

Visit us at Booth #426

4 Reasons to Audit Your Disposal and Treatment Vendors

Clark Environmental Admin - Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Florida Sinkholes & Contaminated Soils

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, March 07, 2013
Most of us have recently heard in the news about sinkholes opening in Florida.   We figured that this is a good time for a reminder that in Florida, sinkholes can open almost anywhere. 

Sinkholes are increasing in occurrence in Florida, due primarily to the region's geology. The state is largely underlain by porous limestone, which can hold immense amounts of water in underground aquifers. As groundwater slowly flows through the limestone, it forms a landscape called karst, known for features like caves, springs and sinkholes. 

The water in aquifers also exerts pressure on the limestone and helps to stabilize the overlying surface layer, usually clay, silt and sand in Florida. Sinkholes form when that layer of surface material caves in.

Sinkholes and Petroleum Contaminated Soils

Thermal Treatment eliminates the liability for the generator, as well as FDEP in the case of the Petroleum Cleanup Program sites. In 2010 a sinkhole occurred under a landfill in Florida causing problems with the landfill's liner. In 1976 Congress passed the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA). This gave the EPA the authority to control the "cradle to grave" management of waste. The law established that it is the generator's responsibility for the waste. Also the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA) established that the generator of wastes may be held liable for the cleanup of contamination, regardless of their involvement that caused the contamination. Therefore when choosing a facility for petroleum contaminated soils, it is always safer to Thermally Treat and eliminate all contaminates than risk the liability for a problem to occur in a landfill where your waste has been shipped.

Happy Holidays!

Clark Environmental Admin - Thursday, December 20, 2012