Grasslands Logo White

Sustainability

  • Walking the Walk
  • What this means to our Customers

SUSTAINABILITY

Walking The Walk

It is easy to pay lip-service to the environment while letting the regulatory bodies lead the way. At Grasslands Environmental, we have taken the lead on protecting the environment by operating facilities that put your liquid waste to use by turning the residuals into compost.

Water is a critical and increasingly rare resource. We do our part by reusing or recycling nearly every drop of water that we manage.

This is not just good for the environment, we have found that it is good business as well which is why we will continue to do more of it.

SUSTAINABILITY

What This Means To Our Customers

While we have found that recycling makes good business sense for us, we think that it makes business sense to our customers as well.

When liquid waste is buried in a landfill instead of being turned into vegetative matter, it sits in the ground as a special waste with a long paper trail leading back to the generator. If anything happens at the place of disposal, the generator could be held accountable.

With us, there is no need to worry about your waste being part of a Superfund site, because when or if Grasslands Environmental shuts down a facility, there is no waste left behind. Further, when we take on its customers’ waste and process it to be reused recycled or disposed of, we then take on the role of generator.

(Note: “Superfund Site” are polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations. CERCLA authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to create a list of such locations, which are placed on the National Priorities List.)

SUSTAINABILITY

Walking The Walk

It is easy to pay lip-service to the environment while letting the regulatory bodies lead the way. At Grasslands Environmental, we have taken the lead on protecting the environment by operating facilities that put your liquid waste to use by turning it into compost.

Water is a critical and increasingly rare resource. We do our part by reusing or recycling nearly every drop of water that we manage.

This is not just good for the environment, we have found that it is good business as well which is why we will continue to do more of it. As we continue to expand, we plan to divert even more tons of liquid waste from landfills to beneficial use and reuse.

SUSTAINABILITY

What This Means To Our Customers

While we have found that recycling makes good business sense for us, we think that it makes business sense to our customers as well.

When liquid waste is buried in a landfill instead of being turned into vegetative matter, it sits in the ground as a special waste with a long paper trail leading back to the generator. If anything happens at the place of disposal, the generator could be held accountable.

With us, there is no need to worry about your waste being part of a Superfund site, because when or if Grasslands Environmental shuts down a facility, there is no waste left behind. Further, when we take on its customers’ waste and process it to be reused recycled or disposed of, we then take on the role of generator.

(Note: “Superfund Site” are polluted locations requiring a long-term response to clean up hazardous material contaminations. CERCLA authorized the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to create a list of such locations, which are placed on the National Priorities List.)

Scroll to Top