Instructions for Completing the Waste Profile Form 7-9
Toxic Release Inventory Constituents List 10-15
Land Disposal Restriction Notification & Certification 16
Waste Sampling Information 17-19
INTRODUCTION Overview Peoria Disposal Company is among the leading environmental firms in the Central United States. PDC was formed in 1928 in Peoria, Illinois, and through its dynamic services, extends its influence throughout the Central and Eastern United States.
PDC Capabilities PDC and its affiliated companies have over 550 employees representing a diverse technical background. Services are provided for wastes regulated as RCRA hazardous and for non-hazardous industrial waste. Services for RCRA hazardous wastes include the stabilization of heavy metal bearing wastes and land disposal of RCRA hazardous wastes meeting the Land Disposal Restriction (LDR) standards. PDC’s RCRA facility can also provide for the land disposal of non-hazardous wastes and wastewater treatment of non-hazardous liquid wastes.
In addition to these capabilities, affiliated PDC companies can offer transportation and brokerage services for hazardous wastes. Affiliated companies also provide: Subtitle D disposal for non-hazardous industrial and municipal solid waste, transportation services, remediation, and engineering. Finally, PDC Laboratories, Inc. provides analytical and monitoring services for a variety of customers to satisfy their environmental needs.
Environment Compliance Guidelines It is the policy of Peoria Disposal Company to comply with all health, safety, and environmental laws that apply to its operations, and to maintain a program to ensure such compliance. The wastestream approval process is encompassed within the environmental compliance program and facility operating permit.