Transportable dumpsters are not stationary receptacles. These dumpsters can collect hazardous and nonhazardous waste and be moved as necessary.
Hydraulically-driven floors are moving belts that are used in difficult-to-reach areas. They are commonly used for moving bulk material or palletized products.
Frac tanks were made for use in the fracking industry, but these storage tanks are also used as temporary containers for hazardous and nonhazardous wasteLearn More
Vacuum trucks are used for cleanup of liquid waste. These are designed to suck liquids, sludges, and slurries into the vacuum tank attached to the truck.Learn More
Flatbed trucks do not have a roof or sides, so they can be used in transporting oversized loads as well as objects with nonstandard shapes.Learn More
Tanker trucks are offered when a job entails carrying liquified loads, dry bulk, or gases safely on roads. Tanker truck size varies based on the needs of the job.Learn More
Rolloff boxes are similar to standard dumpsters, except that they have open tops, are rectangular, and come in more sizes to accommodate more kinds of waste.Learn More
Walking Floor Trailers
Walking floor trailers are hydraulically driven floors whose movements mimic that of a conveyor belt. They are used to move bulk objects and waste into a trailer.Learn More
Temperature Controlled Environments
Temperature-controlled environments such as van trailers and tanker trucks can transport liquefied loads, dry bulk, or hazardous gasses sensitive to temperature.Learn More
Box trucks are useful for light materials and appliances. The rear door of these trucks rolls up like a garage and the cab is separate from the cargo hold.Learn More
End dumps are specialized tractor trailers with hydraulic hoists used for specific transportation jobs. End dump trailers can carry larger loads than a typical trucks.Learn More
Our most common method of transportation is 48’ and 53’ van trailers. We use these when transporting drums and totes of waste to disposal facilities.Learn More
Hazardous Waste Transportation
Clean Management will remove hazardous waste from one site to another by highway, rail, water, or air. Contact Clean Management Environmental Group, Inc. regarding your hazardous waste transport needs.