Non-Hazardous Waste

Environmental Services | Non-Hazardous Waste

Waste management has been at the core of MAX’s business for more than five decades. MAX’s Southwestern Pennsylvania operations include treatment storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs) and a residual waste landfill that is home to the treatment and ultimate disposal of thousands of tons of waste materials each year. Our operations and facilities maintain an excellent record of compliance, and our seasoned staff has a long history of safe, reliable and responsive service.

Among our non-hazardous waste services:

Oil and Gas Industry

Drill cuttings and liquid waste collection, stabilization, transportation and disposal

Solidification and Stabilization

MAX uses our Solid Waste Stabilization and Solidification (SWSS) system to treat high volumes of soils, sludges and debris delivered in bulk or container to our Yukon facility.

Residual Waste Disposal

MAX’s landfill in Yukon meets RCRA Subtitle D standards and is permitted to accept a wide range of non-hazardous wastes, including soils, slag, brick, wastewater treatment sludges, and treated wastes.

Materials Crushing, Sorting and Screening

MAX’s Containment and Processing Building (CAPB) at our Yukon plant processes slags, kiln brick and similar materials to meet specifications for proper treatment and disposal, as well as to segregate reclaimable materials.


MAX offers full-service flatbed, roll-off, vac truck, and tri-axle transporters for the hauling of drilling wastes and materials.

Typical non-hazardous wastes that MAX accepts:

  • Soil
  • Gypsum Wallboard
  • Off-spec Products
  • Slags & Sludges
  • Brick & Concrete
  • Various Debris




Navigating through multi-state environmental compliance requirements is a difficult task. MAX Environmental provides the expertise needed to establish an efficient and compliant waste treatment, transportation, and disposal program. Our knowledge of the regional environmental compliance regulations gives our clients peace of mind knowing that all wastes generated will be managed in accordance with DEP regulations.