Water Integrated Treatment Systems, LLC

Water Integrated Treatment Systems, LLC

14753 Greenwood Rd, Dolton, IL 60419 • (708) 880-0400

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Water Integrated Treatment Systems, LLC is located at 14753 Greenwood Rd, Dolton, IL 60419.

Water Integrated Treatment Systems (WIT) provides turn-key services to our many clients.

‚ÄčOur state of the art facilities provides treatment and handling services to ensure that you are compliant with your disposal needs.

Our treatment applications include:

Catch basin waste waters
Petroleum tank wash outs
Food grade waste waters
Equipment wash waters
Quench waters
Industrial Organics rinse waters (soaps etc.)
Contaminated ground waters
Organic Chemical waste waters
Oily waters, all industrial Grades

WIT serves multiple industries such as:

Environmental Remediation
Food related
Machine Manufacturing
Material Manufacturing
Metal Fabrication
Scrap Yards

To contact Water Integrated Treatment Systems, LLC, call (708) 880-0400, or view more information below. Looking for more locations in Dolton, IL? Scroll down to see a listing of waste locations and handlers towards the bottom of this page.

Waste Resources for Dolton, IL

Contact Details

Street Address

14753 Greenwood Rd
Dolton, IL 60419
United States

Phone & Fax

P: (708) 880-0400
F: 708-896-6194

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