Environmental LogisticsEnvironmental Solutions

The founding principle of Environmental Logistics is to promote the benefits of reuse and recycling whenever possible and to provide for cost efficient and environmentally responsible alternatives for the management of hazardous wastes. Recycling enables generators to reduce their long term legal responsibility associated with landfill disposal of wastes, protects natural resources, and reduces potential tax liability. Viewing waste streams as a source of usable materials is what separates Environmental Logistics from our competition.

Protecting the environment for our customers requires Environmental Logistics to maintain the ability to respond quickly.  We operate a large assortment of equipment and vehicles, enabling us to safely transport liquids, solids and semi-solids from anywhere at any time. Rapid responses help our customers stay in compliance with the law, maintain their business operations, and handle the unexpected with confidence.

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Environmental Logistics has the expertise, manpower, experience and technological capabilities to do the job correctly on your next public sector project. 

Environmental Logistics Contract Documentation

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Hazardous and Medical Waste

University of California, CA

Contract Number: 2023.003924

Initial Term: December 1, 2023 through December 1, 2028
Renewal Options: Option to renew for five (5) additional one-year periods through December 1, 2033

Executive Summary

Master Agreement Documents

Response Evaluation

Solicitation Process