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Welcome To HTS Environmental Services

Since 1995, our mission has been to make HTS the premier environmental services company in Southern California. We provide unsurpassed service on every assignment with customized waste management plans. Starting with our Customer Service Representatives, we provide tailored and efficient services that emphasize a quick response time, met with dedicated personnel. Because of the high average tenure of our drivers and field technicians, our workers will become familiar with your site and waste disposal needs. Once assigned to a Customer Service Representative, they will work with you throughout your service to better understand your company and your needs. From hazardous waste transportation to tracking and disposal of hazardous materials, you can count on us. Contact us to learn more or learn about our services!

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California Generator Environmental Compliance Extensions Amid COVID-19
California Generator Environmental Compliance Extensions Amid COVID-19 As all businesses deemed non-essential during this time, many businesses that generate hazardous waste in California are struggling to meet various environmental compliance deadlines. These businesses are facing challenges derived from recent stay-at-home orders requiring social distancing in efforts to prevent the coronavirus spread. Because of this, conducting [...] Read More
How is Pharmaceutical Waste Regulated?
How is Pharmaceutical Waste Regulated? Pharmaceutical wastes are classified as non-hazardous, hazardous, and medical wastes. To determine which category a pharmaceutical waste falls into, its chemical, physical, and toxicological characteristics are assessed and classified. For example, if a pharmaceutical company generates highly reactive waste (e.g. perchlorates, diazo and azo compounds), it is classified as hazardous [...] Read More
Hazardous Waste Training Requirements
Hazardous Waste Training Requirements Any facility that generates hazardous waste during their operations is regulated under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) of 1976, which is the principal federal law governing hazardous waste disposal in the United States. Because of this act, companies and organizations generating hazardous waste must be aware of their regulatory [...] Read More