A business unit is created to house a new process to take cutting oils and coolants from a local manufacturer and recover the oil as fuel to power their asphalt hot mix plants.
Formation of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
Clean Air Act of 1970
An additional treatment process was implemented in Columbus, IN to address the contaminated water from cutting oil and coolant recovery, which led to the formation of Industrial Liquid Waste Disposal Company.
Clean Water Act
The company is renamed and opens a new plant on the west side of Indianapolis, IN, relocating from Columbus, IN.
The EPA published the regulations associated with RCRA which became effective on November 19, 1980.
ILT was acquired to improve the synergies of transporting waste to and from the plant.
The United States Federal Superfund law is officially known as the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, or CERCLA was passed, designed to investigate and clean-up sites contaminated with hazardous substances.
Our Roachdale, IN facility becomes the first RCRA Hazardous Waste Part B permitted landfill in the United States.
Kansas City, MO plant constructed and obtains Interim RCRA Status.
Heritage Research Group created a reuse option for spent parts washer fluids, later called Heritage Crystal Clean.
Acquired 100% stock ownership of Petrochem.
Merged Process Engineering Group and Petrochem to form Heritage Remediation/Engineering.
The Micronutrients Copper etchant recycling semi-works plant operations leads to a new $4
million copper plant being built.
This expanded Heritage’s TSD footprint to the southwestern US.
Began by-product management operations, later known as Heritage Interactive Services.
Purchased an incinerator from (VonRoll America) in East Liverpool, OH (later to become Heritage Thermal Services).
Heritage was the primary waste contractor for a large oil release in the Gulf of Mexico.
Solid Oak added water transfer services to our portfolio.
Located in Benton, AR, this acquisition added fuels blending to our services.
Heritage Thermal Services expands to Texas with the purchase of an incinerator in Orange, TX.
Made an investment in ClimeCo, a respected advisor, transaction facilitator, and trader of environmental commodity market products, specializing in regulated carbon, regional criteria pollutant trading programs, voluntary markets, sustainability, plastic credits, and project development and financing of GHG abatement and mitigation systems. Acquired controlling interest in Retriev Technologies, a leading North American electric vehicle battery recycling company.
This EPA-certified refrigerant reclamation company provides a safe and affordable solution to manage refrigerants that are harmful to the ozone layer and contribute to global warming.
Expanded truck capacity allows us to provide a deeper level of strategic support throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Developed as a service within Heritage Environmental Services, Heritage Interactive Services rebrands as sister company, Envita Solutions.