Refuse, Recycling, Green Waste, and Commodity Hauling
The Commodity and Waste Hauling Division is the largest transportation division of Ecology operating over 400 trucks and 970 trailers of various types and configurations to match the material that is being transported. From as far east as Texas and throughout the Mountain and Western United States Ecology’s Commodity and Waste Hauling Division moves mountains of waste and recycling materials everyday.
The Commodity and Waste Hauling Division at Ecology works across a variety of areas, businesses, municipalities, and employs a wide variety of equipment to handle all types of materials and situations.
Our fleet of trucks are all newer as we have replaced 90% of our fleet since 2009 and all are Port and CARB compliant. We are moving towards a 100% natural gas fleet by 2020.
We have passed BIT 5 years and are DOT inspected and certified.
The Green Waste Division at Ecology
The green waste management industry has not always looked the same as it does today. In the past, the industry has faced a myriad of challenges related to waste management and recycling. With the improvements in technology and procedure, the experts at Ecology have the resources necessary to provide the best in green waste services for our clients.
What is Refuse/Green Waste?
For the uninitiated, refuse/green waste refers to biodegradable waste that includes plant waste (e.g. leaves or flowers) or food waste. It is essential that all green waste originating from any source must be collected and transported to a proper disposing or processing facility. Ecology’s refuse recycling green waste commodity hauling division has been in the business of green waste commodity hauling for decades, ensuring proper disposal and recycling.
Who is Ecology?
Ecology has been playing its role in conserving and saving our environment by encouraging people to recycle, and also helping them to reuse products. Together with your help, our aim is to make the planet a greener and better place to live in. We are doing our part by helping you recycle waste. Our Commodity and Waste Hauling Division works across a variety of areas, businesses, municipalities, and employs a wide variety of equipment to handle all types of waste materials irrespective of your location, from the west coast to Texas.
What We Do
Ecology’s refuse recycling green waste commodity hauling division has contracts with bulk trash collection companies that have city and business contracts for general trash collection, as well as for trash refused by the municipality. Our bulk trailers collect trash such as solid waste, green waste and mulch, but we also gather recyclables like metal, plastic, paper, and cardboard from designated bulk trash collection areas on a daily basis. We transport the trash we collect and dispose of it at recycling centers.
Our Commodity and Waste Hauling Division is well-equipped for hauling a wide array of waste materials, and we also provide the following:
Specialty Material Hauling
We remove hazardous waste (class 9). We are licensed and certified to deal with selected materials that are designated as hazardous and require special handling and disposal at the appropriate state or federally-designated facilities. For ensuring proper disposal, the trash is segregated according to its nature and properties and then taken to different processing centers. We do not handle bio hazard, explosive, radioactive, or environmentally harmful materials. You can check our credibility by checking our CSA score, and our FMCSA number is 629013.
We are also certified and licensed to dispose of federally seized products or materials that are discovered to be in violation of federal or state laws. These products can also include electronic waste such as CD’s, wrist watches, or even paper. Most seized products require disposal under the guidance of Homeland Security, FBI, FTA, or other governmental agencies. The entire process is 100% monitored and supervised. The experts at Ecology’s refuse recycling green waste commodity hauling division ensure that everything is done in accordance to federal and state laws.