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Clean Earth, Inc. announces acquisition of Disposal and Recycling Technologies, Inc. (DART)

Clean Earth, Inc. a national specialty waste disposal and recycling company announced today the acquisition of privately owned Disposal and Recycling Technologies, Inc.(DART). DART has a RCRA Part B Hazardous Waste TSDF strategically located in Charlotte, North Carolina and a Waste Water Treatment facility in Detroit, Michigan. This new acquisition expands Clean Earth's geographical reach in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic hazardous and non-hazardous waste market and marks Clean Earth's first Waste Water Treatment facility.

Headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, DART utilizes advanced technologies to provide a wide range of hazardous and non-hazardous waste treatment and disposal services and product destruction and reclamation services. In addition, DART also performs extensive environmental field services including but not limited to on-site wastewater treatment and remediation services.

Chris Dods, President and CEO of Clean Earth stated, "We are excited about the growth of our company. The addition of DART provides a solid network of Clean Earth facilities to service the Mid-Atlantic and Midwest hazardous waste market and collectively will provide our customers even more disposal and recycling solutions from one company that shares the same values and commitment to the environment."   

Clean Earth's vision is to create a better future for our people, partners, and planet by turning specialty waste into recycling opportunities. Everyday Clean Earth takes a hands-on, dedicated approach to recycling and beneficially reusing waste that would otherwise go into landfills. With twenty-six (26) facilities throughout the United States, in 2017 alone, Clean Earth recycled 3.57 million tons of soil and dredged material, 7 million pounds of aerosol products, 2.1 million pounds of metal from aerosols, 5.7 million pounds of electronics, 2.1 million pounds of batteries, and 5.8 million pounds of lamps.
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