waste collection and disposal
state of texas, united states

Nature Group USA offers the complete services package for waste management in maritime and oil and gas related waste streams from collection to disposal:

USDA Regulated Waste

Is all regulated solid waste coming from foreign flagged vessels that enter a US Port. This can be packaging material items (plastics, papers, carboards, tins, glass) and APHIS waste (galley/food related waste).

These wastes are packed in super sacks or drums and collected by trained personnel and USDA Certified box trucks. All of this waste is being sterilised by Nature Group’s own autoclave before being disposed of in landfill.

General Solid Waste

In general this domestic trash of US flagged vessels and materials like dunnage, pallets, metal materials. that are disposed in dumpsters and picked up and disposed of in landfill. Dumpsters are handled by Nature Group dumpsters trucks.

Universal Waste

Is mainly ship generated waste like oily rags, empty paint cans, incinerator ash. Items are handled individually and picked up by box truck.

Category
Box truck
Category
Vac truck

Sludge- and Bilge Water

This is ship generated waste water that does not drain off the side of the deck drains and goes down through the ship into the bilge. Also engine generated wastes that are pumpable are part of this category like sludges, used oils. These wastes can be collected via pump truck or barge.

Product Tank Washings

Contains waters and product residue mixed together after a ship’s cargo product tanks are washed. These washings are collected by truck and barge and will be processed in a recycling-water treatment plant.

Special Waste

These are special items that require special handling and disposal like electronics, light bulbs, batteries and print cartridges. Items are picked up by box truck.

Category
Nature truck
Category
Autoclave