• NEDT technician filling out hazardous waste forms for transportation and disposal.

    In Massachusetts and other New England states, the Departments of Public Works provide essential and often messy work to their municipalities. Sometimes, this includes the generation and storage of hazardous waste, from vehicle and facility maintenance to dealing with oil-contaminated water in catch basins. At NEDT, we’re proud to be partners with the Department of Public Works in multiple municipalities

  • NEDT Technician in hazmat suit working in contaminated site.

    If you’re starting the process of getting a site remediated, whether it’s getting it analyzed for contaminants or receiving a final opinion on the course of action, the next step is to start the site remediation project itself. But what does it entail and who is needed to complete it? Below we’ll be going over common contaminants, the steps in

  • Our motto at New England Disposal Technologies is “Because Hazardous Waste Shouldn’t Be Difficult!” It’s the reason we were founded and also the reason behind this blog. Education about hazardous waste and related issues is as important as fixing them, so we thought we’d do both. This first post outlines what you can expect from this hazardous waste management blog,