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
At ERC we handle and process nearly 60,000 drums every year, so we know the ins and outs of containerized waste disposal. Whether your company produces non-hazardous or hazardous containerized waste, we ensure compliant waste storage and disposal.
Hazardous vs Non-Hazardous Containerized Waste
All companies produce waste, and classifying waste as hazardous or non-hazardous can lead to a big difference in disposal costs. Here are the key differences between the …Continue Reading
Lancaster, PA (May 4, 2015) – Recycling papers and plastic bottles is a step in the right direction, but 30 percent of food is thrown away in the United States, and it is the second highest component of landfills.
Franklin & Marshall College teamed up with ERC in 2014, and in the first year of its food waste recycling program, diverted 73.4 tons. The organic matter is taken by ERC …Continue Reading
Lancaster, PA (January 2, 2015).
In 2014, ERC made an intentional commitment to partner with local organizations to help advance their missions by providing financial contributions, in-kind donations of services and equipment, as well as employee participation.
“As a company we believe that we have a responsibility to give back to our community. In 2014 we made an intentional commitment to increase our financial and in-kind donations to community organizations in …
Lancaster, PA (November 18, 2014) ERC is sponsoring the Touch-A-Truck fundraiser at Lancaster Bible College (LBC) on Friday, November 28, 2014 from 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
The first ever Touch-A-Truck event, held on the LBC campus at 901 Eden Road, will feature more than 30 unique vehicles, inflatables, a local food truck, and family activities. Fire trucks, earthmovers, semis, and recreational vehicles will be on site for the …Continue Reading