Chemical Waste Removal

MassBio's Purchasing Consortium allows our members to combine purchasing power and save. This is one of our primary suppliers.

Veolia Environmental Services

 

Derek M. Nelhuebel
Account Manager

Office (508)-804-4834
Cell (774)-285-4215

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Veolia Environmental Services provides a complete range of services for life sciences, biotechnology, universities, hospitals, industrial and municipal customers needing to dispose of hazardous waste, non-hazardous waste, as well as low-level radioactive waste. With more than 45 sales, services, treatment and disposal facilities, we have locations convenient to most industrial facilities throughout the U.S. We offer a full array of capabilities and facilities conveniently located to you.

Our parent, Veolia Environnment, and its affiliates provide industrial cleaning services, solid waste services, waste to energy services, hazardous waste management and water treatment—the full spectrum of environmental services. Environmental sustainability is a key initiative both here in the US and globally, and Veolia Environment is a leader in reconciling economic effectiveness, environmental performance and social responsibility.

Contract Highlights

  • All-inclusive resource for transportation, disposal, training and regulatory guidance related to all types of hazardous, non-hazardous and low-level radioactive materials.
  • Discounted pricing on drums, packaging materials, lab packs, man power rates, and customer training. MassBio members save up to 33% off of the standard rates and service fees.
  • Rebates paid annually for companies with a certain volume in a calendar year.
  • Free estimates, EH&S consulting, and RCRA / DOT training seminars.
  • A dedicated MassBio Service Team (Account Manager, Technical Service Representative and Project Manager).

Contact

Derek M. Nelhuebel, Account Manager, Office (508)-804-4834, Cell (774)-285-4215
derek.nelhuebel@veoliaes.com

 

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Founded in 1985, MassBio represents over 600 biotechnology companies, academic institutions, research hospitals, and service organizations involved in life sciences and health care, and works to advance policy and promote education, while providing member programs and events, industry information, and services.

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