Recycling

Because Clark Environmental, Inc. is the only Thermal Treatment Facility that also has a Waste Processing Facility, we can take in small bulk quantities and drums, saving the customer money on preburn analysis for these smaller quantities.

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Clark Environmental, Inc.’s Facility can Thermally Treat petroleum contaminated soils as well as “difficult material” such as oil/water separator sludge, tank bottom sludge, bunker contaminated soil, coal tar pitch and creosote contaminated soils, and much more. Clark Environmental, Inc. is the only Thermal Treatment Facility in the Southeastern United States that is permitted to Thermally Treat soils contaminated with Liquid Biofuels. This includes soils contaminated with ethanol, methanol, biodiesel, green diesel and vegetable oils.

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Testing Requirements
Pre-Acceptance Testing Criteria

For sites which have an approved safe assessment report according to the requirements of Chapter 62-770 F.A.C., existing data from the safe assessment may be used, if documented on form 62-713.900 (3) in lieu of separate pretreatement analysis including Arsenic, Cadmium, Chromium, or Lead.

Thermal Treatment Testing

I) Preburn – Virgin or Liquid BiofuelsTest Method>= Must Run TCLP
A)     Volatile Organic Halocarbons8021 or 8260
B)     TRPHFL-PRO
C)     Metals-Arsenic6010, 6020, 7060 or 7061100 mg/kg
Cadmium6010, 6020, 7130 or 713120 mg/kg
Chromium6010, 6020, 7190 or 7191100 mg/kg
Lead6010, 6020, 7420 or 7421100 mg/kg
II) Preburn – Non-VirginTest Method>= Must Run TCLP
A)     Volatile Organic Halocarbons8021 or 8260
B)     TRPHFL-PRO
C)     Metals-Arsenic6010, 6020, 7060 or 7061100 mg/kg
Cadmium6010, 6020, 7130 or 713120 mg/kg
Chromium6010, 6020, 7190 or 7191100 mg/kg
Lead6010, 6020, 7420 or 7421100 mg/kg
D)     Polychlorinated Biphenyls8082
E)     Organic Halogens (EOX-TOX)9020, 9022, or 9023
III) Preburn – Coal Tar and CreosoteTest Method>= Must Run TCLP
A)     Volatile Organic Halocarbons8021 or 8260
B)     Semi-Volatile Organic Compounds8270 (and/or 8040, 8275, 8280, 8290, 8410)
(including dibenzofurans & phenols)
C)     Metals-Arsenic6010, 6020, 7060 or 7061100 mg/kg
Barium6010, 6020, 7080, or 70812000 mg/kg
Cadmium6010, 6020, 7130 or 713120 mg/kg
Chromium6010, 6020, 7190 or 7191100 mg/kg
Lead6010, 6020, 7420 or 7421100 mg/kg
Mercury7471 or 74724 mg/kg
Selenium6010, 6020, 7740, 7741 or 774220 mg/kg
Silver6010, 6020, 7760 or 7761100 mg/kg
D)     Organochlorinated Pesticides8081

Sampling-Number of samples required/site tonnage

Amount of soil by weight (tons)Number of discrete samples required for Volatile Organics and composite samples for remaining analyses
< 1401
140 to <7003
700 to <14005
For each additional 700 tons1

Clark Environmental, Inc.’s Facility has the ability to process more tons per hour of contaminated soils than any other facility in the Southeastern United States and the Thermal Treatment Facility is permitted to process material 24 hours per day. We also have the ability to stage over 15,000 tons of contaminated soil; therefore no job is too large. This room also allows for emergency response material that is pending analysis to be delivered and off-loaded at Clark Environmental, Inc.’s holding area, where the material is segregated until analysis is received. This eliminates the need for the customers to hold the contaminated soil while waiting on analysis.

Cleanfill, processed through the Thermal Treatment Facility, is also available for sale. Clark Environmental, Inc.’s Cleanfill meets FDEP residential standards, has a compaction density rating of 115 lbs per cubic foot, and receives rave reviews when used as foundation on construction projects.

Certificates of Acceptance and Treatment are also available on request.