MAX Environmental Technologies has broken ground on a $4.5 million containment and processing (CAP) complex at the company’s Yukon, Pa., facility.
MAX Environmental Technologies (Pittsburgh, Pa.) has broken ground on a $4.5 million containment and processing (CAP) complex at the company’s Yukon, Pa., facility. The expansion, which is slated for completion in spring 2008, will increase MAX’s capabilities to treat, manage and process EAF dust generated by the steel industry.
According to MAX, the CAP complex will enable them to be a single source of waste treatment for steelmakers throughout the Northeast, Midwest and South. The facility will handle pneumatic and dump-trailer deliveries of EAF dust, complementing MAX’s other services, which include blast furnace/basic oxygen furnace sludge management.
MAX Environmental Technologies Breaks Ground on CAP Complex
November 5, 2007