1. Your Site Needs A Pollution Prevention Plan

    One of the biggest problems construction sites face is handling cleanup in a manner that is quick and effective while also adhering to regulations. Unfortunately, sometimes cleaning up concrete mixers, chutes, wheelbarrows, or even hand tools can contribute to urban runoff pollution without a proper washout system in place. That's because contaminants in concrete can seep into the local waterways …Read More

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    How This Concrete Washout Solution Keeps Your Site Efficient

    You need your job site to be efficient without going over budget, risking the environment, and wasting your resources. People like to cut corners when it comes to concrete washout pollution management. We often see tons of jobs get hit with astronomical EPA fines and fees which become an enormous hindrance financially as well as logistically for the remainder of the project. To add insult to injur…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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