In agreement with the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), we maintain a strict policy of transporting hazardous chemicals that may pose a health risk. As a completely full-service environmental company, we pledge to follow standards as directed by DOT. If you have questions about how your industrial waste will be disposed of, don’t hesitate to reach out to Environmental Management Technologies to learn more about our services!
What Environmental Management Technologies Has to Offer:
DOT Hazard Class
Our main job is to suggest and arrange the appropriate method of disposal for your chemical waste. We do this by marking the correct hazard class as it applies to the waste you wish to ship. When we determine the proper hazard class, it allows us to choose the relevant packaging and transportation to ensure your waste materials arrive safely.
We specialize in the shipping of industrial waste, which means all of our vehicles and carriers, from our trucks to our tankers, are all DOT-approved industrial transports. For this reason, all of our transportation vehicles are designed specifically to cater to all business models and substance needs.
Our Southern California DOT shipping drivers are consistently trained in the latest U.S. DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR 171–181), including training in General Awareness, Security Awareness, and Function-Specific. This training advocates for our quality service and preventive measures.
Environmental Management Technologies has set out to make a difference with proper packaging, marking, labels, loading/unloading, and documentation of hazmat shipments. When we work with your company, you can rest assured that we will identify and respond to security threats, as well as offer placards for ground transport. We also ensure our drivers are adversely equipped with first-hand knowledge of how to deal with each unique shipment.
At Environmental Management Technologies, we strive to ensure top-of-the-line quality control and customer service. Whatever your industry may be, we are here to help. Reach out to our team in San Bernardino to get started today!
The U. S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has specific rules and regulations for shipping hazardous materials. EMT can help with determining the DOT hazard class for your shipment and provide freight services that meet all DOT safety and transportation requirements to keep you compliant. All EMT shipping containers are DOT-approved and ready for immediate use. Our Southern California DOT shipping drivers are consistently trained in the latest U.S. DOT Hazardous Materials Regulations (49 CFR 171–181), including training in General Awareness, Security Awareness, and Function-Specific. This training allows for your peace of mind as our team takes care of the rest. We’ll properly package, mark, label, load/unload, and document hazmat shipments; identify and respond to security threats; and offer placards for ground transport, and take the weight of shipping off your shoulders.