1. Environmental Impacts Of Concrete Washout

    Concrete Washout Solutions takes seriously the potential environmental impacts of concrete washouts. Of course, we want to ensure that all of the equipment — from the truck drums to the chutes to the hand mixers — is efficiently cleaned and operating to its full capacity. But concrete washout services are not just about ensuring the functioning of the equipment. Our services are geared toward …Read More

  2. Nitty Gritty: The Basics Of Concrete Recycling

    Our newsletters have taken us through the basics of concrete washouts, as well as outlining some of the services that make Concrete Washout Solutions stand apart. Our previous newsletter looked at why and how Concrete Washout Solutions has worked to become the industry standard for concrete waste disposal. We offer exceptional, safe, and environmentally-conscious services to the New Jersey and Phi…Read More

  3. Concrete Washout Solutions: Our Services

    In our previous newsletter, we explored some of the common ways to deal with concrete washout on a construction site. This included hay bail and plastic-lined washout pits, which can be difficult to install, require a good deal of maintenance, and cause the concrete solids unacceptable for recycling. We also looked at vinyl containers, which have their advantages but are not suitable for larger jo…Read More

  4. Options For Concrete Washout: What Sets Us Apart

    There are a variety of job sites that call for concrete washout. As we discussed in our previous email, concrete is a mixture of cement, water, and aggregate material, and when concrete is used on a construction site, two things need to happen. One is that the concrete needs to be washed out from the trucks, chutes, tools, etc. before it hardens; and two, the resulting material must be collected a…Read More

  5. Four Keys To Proper Erosion Control

    Effects of Construction On Erosion Any new development or job site can lead to significantly increased erosion rates, which can have a multitude of negative effects on the environment and the surrounding community.   Not only can erosion from construction lead to slopes and embankments becoming unstable, but it can also result in: Destroyed ecosystems Degraded water supplies Increased flood hazar…Read More

  6. Concrete Washout Systems – What Are They? Why Does Your Job Site Need Them?

    Providing a proper place for washout is one of a concrete contractor’s biggest and most costly concerns once the sediment is poured. Nowadays, we know that a designated concrete washout area with silt fencing is simply not enough to effectively contain the contaminants of concrete in an environmentally friendly manner. Concrete Washout Solutions fully contains concrete washout water in our state…Read More


    October 31, 2006   Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) October 27, 2006—Concrete Washout Systems, Inc. (CWS), announced today that the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has issued three patents to Concrete Washout Systems, recognizing and protecting its industry-innovating concrete waste management solution, providing the safe containment and recycling of concrete washout wastewater and s…Read More

  8. EPA Outlines Best Management Practices for Concrete Washout Water Pollution Protection

    June 26, 2006 Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) June 26, 2006—Concrete Washout Systems, Inc. (CWS), announced today that the Federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released a fact sheet outlining the Best Management Practices (BMPs) for the containment of concrete waste, including concrete washout liquids and solids that result from the cleaning of concrete trucks and pumps. The fact sheet highli…Read More

  9. Concrete Washout Systems Launches Services in Southern New Jersey and Philadelphia

    June 24, 2006 Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) June 24, 2006 — Concrete Washout Systems, Inc. announced today that Concrete Washout Solutions LLC is now providing the Concrete Washout Systems (CWS) solution in southern New Jersey and Philadelphia. Concrete Washout Systems provides the construction industry’s best management practices for construction waste removal — particularly concrete washout waste …Read More

  10. Concrete Washout Systems Launches Services in Northern New Jersey and Surrounding Area

    June 22, 2006 Elk Grove, CA (PRWEB) June 22, 2006—Concrete Washout Systems, Inc. announced today that Haftek CWS is now providing the Concrete Washout Systems (CWS) solution for the northern New Jersey and surrounding areas. CWS provides the construction industry’s best management practice for concrete waste removal and treatment.   Haftek CWS is a division of JR Haftek Company of Paterso…Read More