Article provided by: K-VAC Environmental Services, Inc.

hazardous material specialists CA

hazardous material specialists CA

Americans produce over 4 million tons of hazardous waste every year. Since 1997, KVAC Environmental has specialized in the removal of hazardous material across California safely and economically. We will fully service your hazardous material needs, whether it be liquid, sludge, or solids.

It is illegal in California to abandon hazardous waste or dump it in the trash or down the drain. KVAC Environmental has a centralized waste management facility that can safely handle your hazardous waste needs. We use liquid vacuum tankers and trucks, super suckers, vactors, jetters, end-dumps, vans, flatbeds, and other vehicles to haul off hazardous waste throughout California. Our liquid vacuum tankers are an economical way to transport hazardous waste off-site. Stainless steel tankers handle acids and corrosives.

Vactor trucks, also known as vacuum trucks, have suction lines that load slurries, sludge, liquids, and solids. Commercial vactors are 10-55 cubic meters in volume. Smaller vactors with low resource settings have tanks as little as 500 liters. KVAC Environmental uses vactors to help the petroleum industry clean storage tanks and spills. We also use vactors to remove drilling mud, drilling cuttings, cement, spills, and brine water from production tanks. Vactors can also clean out contaminated soil.

Our super suckers have high powered suction through lines 8 inches in diameter or smaller. A single-mode filtration system allows wet or dry material to be loaded without a changeover. The filter is also easy to access, and the bag is easy to remove. Super suckers are low maintenance with a one-step filter cleaning system.

Jetters are high powered drain cleaners that use high-pressure water jets to clear obstructions from commercial drain pipes and large municipal sewer systems. A jetter can carry up to 1,500 gallons of water for large sewer cleaning jobs. Jetters are a safe and thorough way to clean pipe blockages. Jetters can take care of all kinds of blockages (sediment, grease, hair, mineral build-up, tree roots, and debris).

End dumps get rid of the hazardous material from the back of the truck. Our end dumps have higher sides that can carry more cubic yards. End dumps can empty smaller amounts of hazardous material at a time. They are also good at dumping out sticky substances, such as bottom ash. End dumps are capable of unloading hazardous waste in tight spaces. End dumps are also useful for hauling away large demolition material.

Our professional drivers are contacted through a 24-hour central dispatch office. Each transportation employee complies with the Department of Transportation and Environmental Protection Agency regulations. They are also required to follow the Occupational Safety and Health Administration training standards.

For more information about our services, please call 909-476-2308 or send us a message on the contact page. Also, contact us if you would like to become certified in safety and compliance. Jeanne Delperdang, a chemist with more than 30 years of experience in hazardous waste management, is in charge of the KVAC Environmental training program. Choose from programs such as reasonable suspicion, regulatory compliance, and hazard communication.

hazardous material specialists CA
K-VAC Environmental Services, Inc.
+1 909-476-2308
8910 Rochester Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga CA 91730

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Amid global concern about COVID-19, we continue to be here for our customers. Sanitizing, cleaning and disinfecting are even more essential during this time.

As people and companies all across the country take additional precautions to protect against the Coronavirus, we acknowledge that your house cleaning concerns will likely not be taking a break. At this time, we will remain open full-time and will continue to serve our customers with the same fast response times you’ve come to expect from us. And we are working to the best of our ability to keep you safe in your home.

Some of our new policies and procedures include: Washing our hands upon entering your home and when finishing cleaning; sanitizing all high-touch points like door knobs, remote controls, cupboard handles, toilet flush handles, faucets, light switches, keyboards and computer mice if your computer is turned off, and light switches; sanitizing the handles on our caddies, mops and vacuum cleaners; wearing disposable gloves the entire time we clean each home; and paid sick days for each house cleaner.

The following is our guidance for those who will need a deep cleaning after having any flu symptoms. We will gladly schedule a deep cleaning 30 days after having no symptoms. Please notify us when you have any cold or flu symptoms and we will reschedule your house cleaning. Our deep cleaning in this situation includes a lot of sanitizing.

We hope that you will join us in taking some basic and important measures, such as frequent hand washing and cleaning of your cell phone to keep communal risk low and everyone healthy.