At Clean Earth, we continually work to create value for our customers while ultimately preserving landfill space.
Hatboro, PA (PRWEB)
October 03, 2017
Clean Earth, Inc., a leader in providing disposal and recycling solutions for contaminated soil, dredged material, and hazardous and non-hazardous materials has announced the official launch of Clean Earth Connect, a new, proprietary, web-based tool for Clean Earth customers which will provide on-demand customer and project information while ultimately reducing paper, various supplies, and energy typically generated during a soil recycling project. Clean Earth Connect is available to all Clean Earth soil customers utilizing any Clean Earth soil treatment and recycling facilities.
Chris Dods, President and CEO of Clean Earth, Inc., stated, “At Clean Earth, we continually work to create value for our customers while ultimately preserving landfill space. As an industry leader in specialty waste, we are familiar with environmental challenges and we are dedicated to maintaining sustainable solutions that work for today’s on-demand lifestyle.”
Clean Earth Connect provides customers with access to project specific information such as real-time scale reports, historic scale reports, digital copies of weight tickets and manifests, and digital copies of invoice packages. The site has several other user-driven features such as email alerts and the ability to invite outside users to view project specific information.
Clean Earth customers can easily register for a Clean Earth Account at: https://connect.cleanearthinc.com or call 888.988.DIRT.
To learn more about Clean Earth visit us at http://www.cleanearthinc.com or call 877.445.DIRT (3478).
About Clean Earth, Inc.
Clean Earth Inc. is one of the nation’s largest specialty waste companies providing recycling and remediation services to energy, infrastructure, commercial and industrial markets. Headquartered in Hatboro, Pa., it operates a network of 20 full-service facilities and 3 beneficial use sites servicing the United States, and handles nearly four million tons of material annually. Approximately 98% of the material processed at Clean Earth facilities is recycled.