New Permit Expands MAX Energy Services
In February, MAX received a permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) to begin on-site solidification of waste from oil and gas drilling operations at its Bulger, Washington County facility. Under the terms of the permit, the facility will solidify wet drill cuttings, drilling mud and drilling fluids by mixing in specially designed and contained vessels on the landfill area.
MAX Environmental is a fully integrated environmental services company specializing in waste transportation, treatment, storage, disposal and beneficial reuse of industry and government generated waste materials. For over 55 years, MAX has worked closely with regional and national oil and gas companies, manufacturers, industrial companies, state and Federal government agencies to service all aspects of their waste management needs.
MAX provides for the safe treatment and disposal of metal containing wastes (including cadmium, chromium and lead containing wastes), drill cuttings, drilling muds and wastes from clean-ups and Brownfield redevelopments. MAX operates state-of-the-art facilities that lower transportation, treatment and disposal costs, accommodate an array of industrial wastes, and reduce customers’ environmental liability. MAX is a one-stop waste management services company for all of the oil and gas industry needs, located in the heart of the Marcellus and Utica Natural Gas Plays.
This business is a proud member of the Washington County Chamber of Commerce