The proper handling and disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste is of vital concern to West Coast Marine Cleaning, Inc. Our staff and technicians consistently provide our customers with current information for safe, reliable waste disposal options.
West Coast Marine Cleaning, Inc. has Department of Transportation Authority to transport your material to any treatment facility.
• Industrial Waste Disposal
• Fuel Recycling
• Stabilization for Supplemental Fuel Blending Programs
• Stabilization | Solids Incineration
• Regulated Garbage Disposal
• Local Recyclers
• Local Landfills
• Hazardous Materials | Lined Landfills
• Treatment, Storage | Disposal Facilities (TS&D)
West Coast Marine Cleaning has a fleet of inspected, up-to-date liquid vacuum trucks ready for our customers’ needs. Our quality vacuum trucks range in capacity from 70 barrels (2,940 gallons) to 140 barrels (5,880 gallons).
Each unit is a self-contained package, capable of maintaining a constant vacuum/pressure to quickly load/off-load most products and employs the latest safety devices available.
• Mild Steel Construction for Petroleum Products
• Stainless Steel Construction for Corrosives/Acids
• Full, Rear Opening, End Dumps for Solids Encountered
In response to the risks associated with the pumping and transportation of industrial wastes, West Coast Marine Cleaning follows strict protocols for safety. Our vehicles are annually inspected and meet all Federal, State, and DOT requirements. Equally important, all of our drivers are certified to handle and transport hazardous/non-hazardous wastes. Our drivers also comply with Federally mandated drug and alcohol program.
West Coast Marine Cleaning is fully insured and federally authorized to transport your material via intra/inter-state under our DOT authority number USDOT-490704.
The U.S. Coast Guard has authorized West Coast Marine Cleaning to conduct over-the-water transfer operations of all waste materials. This material could be profiled and delivered to a fuels recycler or permitted disposal facility. West Coast Marine Cleaning also has a compliance agreement with the USDA for receiving and disposal of regulated garbage.