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The Soil Safe Adelanto facility can accept Rule 1166 soil for recycling. Since the closure of Thermal Remediation Solutions (TRS) Facility in Azusa, Soil Safe’s Adelanto Facility offers the only disposal/recycling option for 1166 regulated soil in the SCAQMD jurisdiction.
January 25, 2018
CARTERET - Three Superior Court appellate judges dismissed challenges in a lawsuit filed against the Department of Environmental Protection opposing the issuance of permits.
Superior Court Throws Out Baykeeper Lawsuit Against the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection
January 25, 2018
NEWARK – In its 29-page opinion, a panel of three Superior Court appellate judges dismissed all allegations in a lawsuit that the NY/NJ Baykeeper filed against the Department of Environmental Protection for issuing permits in 2014 to SoilSafe, a Carteret-based soil recycler performing a site remediation, and the property owner, Rahway Arch Properties.
Soil Recycling Company Meets all Recycling and Remediation Goals
Law360, New York (December 20, 2017, 5:29 PM EST) -- The New Jersey Appellate Division on Wednesday upheld the state’s approval of contamination cleanup activities at a former metal production plant, ruling that the remediation proposal offered by the site’s present owner was safer than alternative plans.
U.S. District Court Throws Out Delaware Riverkeeper Lawsuit Against Soil Recycling Company Soil Safe
Judge Rejects All Riverkeeper Allegations Against Soil Safe
Soil Safe is proud to announce the two recipients of the annual scholarship to graduating seniors at Carteret High School.
Bill Roberts, a program manager for SoilSafe in Carteret, poses with a plaque the company received from the Carteret Honorary PBA Local 47 for its ongoing support of the police department. SoilSafe provides an annual donation of safety equipment to assist the borough's emergency responders. The plaque was presented to Mark Smith, CEO of SoilSafe.
Soil Safe accepted and recycled more than 85,000 tons of soil from the site excavation in 2014.
Pete Anthony, general manager of the Soil Safe project in Carteret, (center) joins local scout troop #88 at its Pinewood Derby at the American Legion on Roosevelt Avenue on March 24, 2015. SoilSafe is a key sponsor of the scout troop, which is actively recruiting to replenish its ranks in Carteret. A recent SoilSafe donation funded the purchase of uniforms for new and returning scouts.
The Soil Safe - Metro12 facility is now open and ready to service projects throughout the New Jersey and Metropolitan NYC area. Now, during Phase One of the project, the facility is sourcing and receiving NJ Clean Fill and Alternative Fill Criteria PAH soils. More information on the Metro12 project is available at: www.carteretclean.com
In 2010, excessive silt buildup at their dock in Trainer, PA was impacting ConocoPhillips shipping activity on the Delaware River. The only private dredge disposal facility on the Delaware River was tied up in litigation following a transfer of ownership making dredge disposal very difficult.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY SOLID WASTE ADVISORY COMMITTEE APPROVES SOIL SAFE RECYCLING FACILITY PROJECT WITH UNANIMOUS 19-0 VOTE
[Carteret] The Middlesex County Solid Waste Advisory Committee unanimously voted to recommend inclusion of Soil Safe’s proposed Class B Recycling Facility in the County’s Solid Waste Plan. The vote was nineteen (19) in favor of the application, zero votes in opposition and five (5) abstentions by commissioners who were not present at the previous meeting.
Facing an expedited design-build construction schedule, the developers contracted with Soil Safe under an aggressive soil excavation and removal schedule.
Gloucester County DREAM Park Opens The Equestrian Facility Boasts Arenas, Rings, Barns and Stables to Boost Tourism to Region
(Logan Twp., NJ) – Gloucester County Freeholders, horse enthusiasts and elected officials gathered today to celebrate the grand opening of the Gloucester County DREAM Park, a premier equestrian facility located along the Delaware River. The DREAM Park opens exactly two-years to the day after construction began on the site in Logan Township.
Soil Safe has been manufacturing its recycled soil product for use in site development, structural fills, pavement sub-base and other uses, starting with its first facility in Baltimore in 1989.