Specific closure requirements depend in part on the type of unit and the types of waste managed, for example, hazardous vs. non-hazardous.
Any releases from the unit found during the closure process require cleanup. Spirit’s experts are well-versed in not only waste compliance and permitting requirements, but also corrective action and closure requirements. We can direct every step necessary for proper waste management unit closure, from ensuring all wastes are appropriately disposed of to conducting sampling and corrective action. If needed, we also secure documentation of closure from applicable regulatory agencies. We help ensure your history of operations doesn’t become future liabilities!