Short, Demanding Shutdowns
Standard Steel is the largest manufacturer of forged steel wheels and axles for railcars and locomotives. ERC provides field service during all scheduled manufacturing shutdowns and also handles various cleanup and recycling services on an as-needed basis. Standard Steel has hired ERC for over 8 continuous years, citing dependability, thoroughness, and care rarely found in this industry.
How ERC Helped:
Short, Demanding Shutdowns
ERC Field Services
Ultra-clean, complete service
Franklin & Marshall College is an undergraduate liberal arts school in Lancaster, PA.
ERC teamed up with Franklin & Marshall College to create the only food waste recycling program in the region. The program is quickly morphing from a pre-consumer to post-consumer program, growing the school’s environmental sustainability program by leaps and bounds.
Organic Waste Went to Landfills
Developed Food Waste Program
ERC Takes Waste, Composts It
E-waste is a category of hazardous waste that is made up of the electronic devices you have around your home or office. This includes computers, laptops, cell phones, iPods, printers, televisions, stereos, toasters, blenders and microwaves, just to name a few.
As we continually upgrade to the latest technology, most of these old devices are tossed away, and this is causing problems. When electronic waste is left to break down …Continue Reading
When you think of hazardous waste, do you envision drums of oozing liquid covered in skull and cross-bone stickers? That image certainly can fall into the hazardous waste category, but hazardous waste can be created by almost any industry or manufacturing process. There are other types of hazardous waste that you may not realize are a danger to our health or our environment. Pesticides? That one most people know. …Continue Reading
From a young age we’re taught the fact that the Earth is made up mostly of water. Seventy-one percent to be exact. It seems as if water is a truly abundant resource. But the fact that many of us don’t readily know, is that only 1% of that total is fresh water, suitable for consumption.
While an average American household can use around 350-400 gallons of water per day, …Continue Reading
We’ve long ago learned the motto: Recycle, Reduce, and Reuse. And it’s easy to apply on a personal level. Using a refillable water bottle instead of plastic, bundling your newspapers and cardboard for recycling, or even refurbishing old furniture or electronics. But when we take a look at our workplace and the waste stream created within, it can seem like a more daunting task.
No matter what industry you’re in, from …Continue Reading