The Resource Conservation Recovery Act was enacted in 1976 to establish regulations governing the management of all types of waste. These regulations are the foundation for today’s guidelines on the proper disposal of household waste, obligating residents to seek appropriate final disposal methods for their refuse.
Similar provisions apply to manufacturers, albeit with some nuanced distinctions. Manufacturers bear the responsibility not only for the proper disposal of their waste but also for the classification of waste as hazardous, universal, or subject to other regulated forms. Each classification comes with its own set of specific rules for storage and disposal.
Delta is dedicated to providing comprehensive assistance in adhering to waste management regulations, all while actively seeking sustainable alternatives such as recycling, composting, and harnessing energy from waste.