Clean Harbors Deer Trail, LLC

Clean Harbors

108555 US-36, Deer Trail, CO 80105 • 970-386-2293

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Clean Harbors Deer Trail, LLC is located at 108555 US-36, Deer Trail, CO 80105.

The Deer Trail facility is a fully permitted Subtitle C landfill authorized to treat, store and dispose of a wide variety of hazardous and industrial wastes including RCRA, TSCA (megarule) and debris for encapsulation.
Since December 21, 2005, Deer Trail has been licensed to dispose of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and Technologically Enhanced Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (TENORM) wastes. This license was issued by the State of Colorado, Department of Public Health and Environment. Deer Trail can accept NORM and TENORM wastes containing radionuclides (in the decay series of U-238, U-235 and Th-232) up to 2000 pCi/gram. The Rocky Mountain Low Level Radioactive Waste Compact has designated Deer Trail as the Low Level Waste Facility for Colorado, New Mexico and Nevada.
Deer Trail is located 75 miles east of Denver, CO. The facility can store, treat and dispose of wastes in bulk and containerized quantities. Deer Trail receives waste by truck and also by rail from a trans-loading point located in Sterling, Colorado.

Typical Customers: Customers include, but are not limited to, remediation sites, chemical facilities, manufacturers, refineries, mines, plating facilities, and brokers.

To contact Clean Harbors Deer Trail, LLC, call 970-386-2293, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Deer Trail, CO? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.

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108555 US-36
Deer Trail, CO 80105
United States


P: 970-386-2293

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