Water Depot provides a range of recycling, treatment and disposal options for all of our client's waste streams. From non-hazardous drum and bulk waste in liquid form to solids, semisolids and sludges. Our disposal facility upholds rigorous quality assurance programs to meet the highest standards of both internal and external audits. Water Depot provides turn-key service, one-stopshop for all your waste disposal needs. Water Depot has the ability to schedule routine pickups on site or our clients can call as the need for our services arise. We provide the most competitive pricing in all areas of our services.
Water Depot has a fleet of vacuum trucks and vacuum tankers which are used to pump and transport sludge and other types of nonhazardous liquid wastewater. Our fleet is used for cleanup and other liquid spill responses. Water Depot's vacuum fleet ranges in size from 2000 gallon vacuum trucks to 7000 gallon tractor trailers. We maintain a fleet of vacuum trucks and tractor trailers that are the newest in the industry and our drivers are all highly trained operators. We offer equipment that can handle anything from regular construction site water to petroleum impacted waters. Our services meet the needs from your everyday homeowner with heating oil tanks to large commercial and government facilities.
Water Depot provides 24-hour emergency response and cleanup in conjunction with Subsurface Technologies, Inc., our construction arm. Please refer to www.subtech98.com for a description and full listing of our services.
Water Depot, Inc. handles the transportation and disposal of non-hazardous waste streams for industrial contractors, government agencies and residential homeowners. At Water Depot service is what we do best. For 10 years, we have provided reliable and safe transportation and disposal services. At Water Depot we offer competitive pricing for quality services, knowledge and safety. All of our drivers are highly skilled professionals who have accumulated millions of safe-driving miles. They are prompt, professional, and conduct disposal services efficiently, saving you time and money. All drivers are trained in DOT and OSHA regulations, along with paperwork requirements and emergency procedures. Many potential problems are eliminated before the truck leaves your premises because our drivers provide on-site assistance with solutions and the proper entry of information on manifests.
Industrial wastewater treatment covers the mechanisms and processes used to treat waters that have been contaminated in some way, prior to its release into the environment or its re-use. At Water Depot we have the state of the art equipment to process waters impacted with petroleum, which includes Diesel, K1, and fuel oil. The wastewater Water Depot takes in commonly contains oil and suspended solids. Our top- of-the-line equipment and processing procedures have received praise from EPA Region III and the Maryland Department of the Environment.
Water Depot's crews can provide dewatering on construction sites to control water in excavations by removing or draining groundwater or surface water by pumping into our state-of-the-art vacuum trucks and trailers. Water Depot's services are available for construction sites where dewatering may be implemented before subsurface excavation for foundations or shoring to lower the water table. Water Depot has the ability to use methods for large projects where our vacuum trucks and trailers are needed or on smaller projects where submersible "dewatering" pumps or centrifugal ("trash") pumps can be used. No matter the size of the project Water Depot's professional and courteous drivers and crews will get your job done right.
Water Depot provides services to remove 55-gallon drums from your facility. We will dispose of your non-hazardous solids or liquids and we have no minimum or maximum quantity requirements. Water Depot can provide you with DOT-approved 55-gallon drums if you need them. Water Depot will
package, label and collect your waste within local, state and federal regulations, and then dispose of the
waste at a number of disposal sites that best fit your budget and company's regulatory guidelines.