Maine Labpack, Inc. provides a large variety of treatment and disposal options for your hazardous and non-hazardous waste.
Bulk Waste Disposal
Bulk containerized waste includes drums sized from 5 to 55 gallons, IBC totes, roll off containers, and tankers.
Disposal options include: secure chemical landfill, incineration, fuels blending, neutralization, stabilization and recycling.
Perhaps you are a facility that produces paint and thinner drums as a byproduct of your process. You may be a laboratory that collects spent solvent and stain from analysis. Or you simply have chemicals or chemical products in drums that are no longer wanted or usable.
We can provide waste analysis, identification, classification and generate a waste profile to safely and legally ship your hazardous materials for proper disposal.
Bulk shipments include:
- Waste Oil
- Acids & Caustics
- Heavy Metals
Radioactive Waste Disposal
- Low-Level Radioactive waste disposal
- Nuclear waste disposal
- Mixed waste collection and disposal
- Turnkey Packaging, Labeling and Manifesting
Maine Labpack, Inc. has aligned with a network of approved, certified radioactive waste disposal outlets. We provide assurance that when radioactive waste leaves your facility for disposal it is in full compliance with DOT and all local, state and NRC regulations.
Radioactive materials we manage:
- Uranium and thorium compounds (acetate, nitrate)
- Smoke detectors
- Biological specimens
- Exit signs
- Radioactive sources
- Scintillation fluid
- Equipment containing radioactive sources
- Mixed waste (radioactive & hazardous)
- Radioactive standards and solutions
- Radioactive scintillation vials
Controlled Substances/ DEA Regulated Materials
DEA Regulated Waste:
This waste stream consists of DEA regulated controlled substances and can be a medicine or narcotic. These wastes are highly regulated and require that DEA registrants use Form 41 to document the controlled substances that are destroyed.
We offer secure destruction and disposal services for DEA controlled substances and expired medications. Waste is properly documented, segregated, and destroyed. Destruction is witnessed and a certificate of destruction is provided immediately.