Construction and demolition waste recycling business Mike Davidson Enterprises has been forced to close its doors after an investigation by the Delaware Natural Resources and Environmental Control Department cited the operation for over twenty waste regulation violations, many of which were determined to be on-going and blatantly non-compliant.
As a result, the business was forced to stop accepting and processing C&D waste materials and recyclables as a result of having its business permit suspended.
The twenty two violations included the following:
* Improper storing of recyclable materials.
* Failure to submit the required annual reports to the Natural Resources and Environmental Control Department.
* Failure to maintain and provide fire protection as required by their permit.
* Failure to maintain the required records of environmental testing of ground, air, and water in the vicinity of the facility.
As the violations have been long-standing, it is uncertain if a compromise can be reached that would allow the recycling service to re-open for business.
WasteCare Wants You to Remember: When it comes to waste and recycling, following environmental rules and regulations is a “must do” for your business. Take the time to learn which laws apply to you and your services and follow them! Failure to do so can result in fines, expensive court costs, and maybe even having your business permit suspended.