LIQUID WASTE MANAGEMENT
Maryland, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Kentucky, New Jersey and Washington, D.C.
A2Z strives to offer the most competitive rates possible. In order to eliminate any "hidden" charges and to provide contractors and generators with an accurate means with which to estimate future bids or budgets, A2Z provides cost proposals for bulk transport that break out mobilization costs, cost per mile to transport, cost per gallon or drum to dispose and, if applicable, material costs for drums, liners, etc. In the case of extended vacuum service, billing can be set up on an hourly rate basis.
A2Z neither owns nor operates a disposal facility, nor is it a subsidiary of one. Accordingly, A2Z has no vested interest in any one given facility and can, therefore, offer to the contractor or generator the flexibility of utilizing that facility which best suits their needs and budget.
A2Z can supply 55-gallon drums, portable drum storage sheds, drum handling equipment, over pack/salvage drums and a wide range of absorbents and containment materials.
As an additional service, A2Z will spot 55-gallon drums, temporary waste tanks, or lined roll-off containers with end gaskets at a predestined site and pick them up on "will call". This allows the generator to dispose of short loads of waste at their own pace. A2Z is fully insured and permitted to handle the removal, transportation and disposal of your non-hazardous liquid waste. A2Z combines state of the art equipment with fully trained, certified and licensed operators in order to provide safe, environmentally sound and economical service.
A2Z drivers and operators all receive the 40-hour HAZWOPER Training (and appropriate refresher courses) as required by 29 CFR 1910.120, and possess class "A" CDLs with both HAZMAT and tanker endorsements.
A2Z operates its own vacuum trucks with non-code tanks for use with non-hazardous materials. The Company also has straight trucks and vacuum tankers with 942 CFM wet vacuum pumps and capacities from 3,500 gallons to 6,700 gallons. They also operate stake bodies and box vans with lift gates for the safe handling and transportation of drums, along with roll-off trucks for handling containers.