About CLEAN HARBORS
Clean Harbors is North America’s leading and most trusted provider of energy/industrial, environmental and hazardous waste management services. We employ more than 13,000 employees at over 350 service locations throughout North America in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
Clean Harbors offers a wide range of Environmental – more... Services such as waste recycling and disposal, chemical packing, household hazardous waste management, site decontamination, and disaster cleanup services. Our Energy and Industrial Services include in-plant specialty services, directional boring, lodging, and energy production services.
In December 2012, Clean Harbors acquired Safety-Kleen, which operates as a wholly owned subsidiary. Safety-Kleen provides used oil recycling, parts washers and environmental solutions for small quantity waste generators. Safety-Kleen is also the largest re-refiner of used oil in the world. Each year, we collect and re-refine over 220 million gallons of used motor oil. – less
CLEAN HARBORS Employer Reviews
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