Clear Earth, a division of Harsco Company and a number one supplier in environmental and controlled waste administration companies, declares that it has succeeded in recycling greater than 8 billion kilos of waste final yr, together with a number of hard-to-treat specialty wastes, comparable to hazardous and non-hazardous waste, contaminated soil, dredge materials, common and e-waste. This recycled waste makes up 93 % of the waste Clear Earth processed all through 2021 and represents continued progress towards the purpose of deriving 90 % of Harsco Company’s income from environmental options.
Particularly, Clear Earth recycled:
- 362 million kilos of hazardous waste
- 88.3 million kilos of non-hazardous waste
- 3.26 million tons of contaminated soil
- 271,000 tons of dredged materials
- 140,000 tons of wastewater
- 129,000 tons of gas
- 16.5 million kilos of electronics
- 10.7 million kilos of lamps
- 10.4 million kilos of batteries
- 10.3 million kilos of aerosol cans
- 964,000 kilos of ballast
“Day-after-day, we develop and implement modern options to show the world’s largest waste streams into recycling alternatives that positively influence our planet and the individuals who inhabit it,” stated David Stanton, President of Clear Earth. “We’re happy with our sustainability achievements in 2021 and stay up for persevering with to strengthen and develop our capabilities.”
In 2021, Clear Earth expanded its service choices within the hospitality and comfort retailer sectors, which can additional enhance the proportion of Harsco Company’s whole income that comes from environmental options. With a broad vary of environmentally accountable, versatile, and cost-effective options for purchasers within the hospitality and comfort retailer industries, Clear Earth is poised for additional progress. Harsco Company’s 2021 Environmental, Social and Company Governance (ESG) report, is ready to be launched in September 2022 and can additional spotlight Clear Earth’s efforts in sustainability and supply further details about future initiatives.