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Universal Recycling Technologies – Clackamas, OR
Universal Recycling Technologies – Clackamas, OR
AERC Recycling Solutions – Hayward, CA
AERC Recycling Solutions – Hayward, CA
Veolia ES – Phoenix, AZ
Veolia ES – Phoenix, AZ
Universal Recycling Technologies – Fort Worth, TX
Universal Recycling Technologies – Fort Worth, TX
Veolia ES – Port Washington, WII
Veolia ES – Port Washington, WI
Universal Recycling Technologies – Janesville, WI
Universal Recycling Technologies – Janesville, WI
Veolia ES – Tallahassee, FL
Veolia ES – Tallahassee, FL
AERC Recycling Solutions – West Melbourne, FL
AERC Recycling Solutions – West Melbourne, FL
AERC Recycling Solutions – Allentown, PA
AERC Recycling Solutions – Allentown, PA
Veolia ES – Stoughton, MA
Veolia ES - Stoughton, MA
Universal Recycling Technologies – Dover, NH
Universal Recycling Technologies – Dover, NH

Veolia ES – Tallahassee, FL

Company Information:

EPA ID# FL0-000-207-449

Picture No.1 of Veolia ES Technical Solutions – Tallahassee, FL facilityLocated in Stoughton, MA, Veolia Environmental Services (VES) is a strategically focused recovery and waste management facility, which provides a variety of waste reduction and recycling services.

The site consists of 11.45 acres and there are 4 acres in use. There are no underground or above ground storage tanks on the site. The facility is exempt from regulation under certain portions of Chapter NR 600 Wis. Admin. Code because it meets the definition of “legitimate recovery” operations under NR 625.06 Wis. Admin. Code PCB accumulation is exempt from commercial PCB storage requirements under section 144.44 (9) Wis. Stats. There are no industrial wastewater discharges from the facility.

The Vapor Collection System is designed to control mercury vapor and dust emissions from the process. The system draws mercury vapor and dust from the process equipment into the bag house. The filter arrangement is designed to trap 99.99% of air-borne particles measuring 0.5 microns or larger. Dust accumulates in containers located underneath the bag house. The air stream leaving the bag house then passes through a sulfur-impregnated carbon vessel to further remove mercury vapors. Each stack is monitored using a real-time mercury vapor-monitoring instrument in accordance with facility’s specific operating permit/plan. A portable Jerome mercury vapor analyzer is used to monitor mercury vapor concentrations in the air throughout the workplace, on a daily basis.

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