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Last month’s test results from the Heritage incinerator in East Liverpool, Ohio, confirm that air emissions of dioxin are more than 50 times lower than the national standard for clean air. Results of the Maximum Achievable Control Technology Rule (MACT) for Hazardous Waste Combustors tests, which have been forwarded to U.S. and Ohio environmental agencies, averaged 0.004 billionths of a gram in each cubic meter of air that flows from the stack. The EPA’s clean air standard allows 0.2 billions of a gram in each cubic meter of air. Heritage was the first commercial Hazardous waste incinerator in America to demonstrate compliance with all of the rule’s requirements, including the one for air emissions of dioxin.
Heritage hosted our 13th annual Habitat for Humanity build this month, partnering with over70 employees from various THG companies.
Bill Garrison, Director of Strategic Solutions, shares how the Heritage family leverages R&D to identify wastestream opportunities for customers.
Learn how our field chemists build trust and relationships within their own teams and with customers.
Learn more about our 6Safety Program and recent changes that help to protect the Heritage family.
Sue Kieweg, Corporate Recruiting Manager, describes the culture of the Heritage family and how it enables the success of our teams.
As we celebrate the Heritage core value of “Problem Solving Through Innovation,” learn more about the Heritage Innovation Team program.