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   Collection / Haulage       Collecting, hauling or shipping raw materials of waste between the customers’ facility and the supplier processing center(s). 
   Inspection and Analytical Testing       Inspection services and/or analytical testing of processed materials, chemicals, or other products. 
   Process Optimization       Process development or optimization services. 
   Research and Development       Research and development for new processes, process technologies, lower cost processes, or alternate processing steps. 
   Scrap Brokerage / Trading       Scrap brokerage / trading includes buying, selling, negotiating, trade and/or act as an agent in the transfer of materials, waste or scrap between their customers and a third party. 
   Technology and Licensing       Technology and licensing services develop, license, or sell specialized process technologies. 
   Training / Consulting       Training or consulting services for fluid processing systems is provided. 
   Trial Facility Leasing       Trial facility leasing provides contractual access to trial facility, so that customers can evaluate or prove processes or process equipment before making major capital expenditures. Facilities may be on-site or in-house. Contracts typically include rental fees, lease terms, transportation costs, cleaning, etc. 
   Warehousing / Distribution       Warehousing, distribution, sourcing, and other logistics services are provided. 
   Specialty / Other       Other specialized, proprietary, or unlisted processing services. 
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   Abatement / Containment       Abatement can be accomplished by removal or cleanup of the contaminant, or by encasing and limiting further release of the hazardous material or chemical. The release of material is sometimes accomplished by installation of a lining or barrier system. Primary and secondary containment systems are available. In cases where the primary containment fails, the secondary system prevents further leakage or leaching of hazardous materials. A tank or vessel would constitute a primary containment system, while a secondary containment system would include a liner or barrier around or below the tank or vessel. In cases where the primary containment fails, the secondary system prevents further leakage or leaching of hazardous materials into the environment. 
   Acylation / Alkylation (e.g., Friedel-Crafts)       Acylation synthesis produces deactivated monoacylates through an electrophilic, aromatic substitution reaction between arenes and acyl chlorides or anhydrides. In the Friedel-Crafts alkylation processes, the electrophilic aromatic substitution is catalyzed by a Lewis-acid and produces alkylated products through the reaction of arenes with alkyl halides or alkenes. Alkyl groups can activate arene, resulting in polyalkylated products. Typically, Friedel-Crafts reactions for alkylation or acylation of aromatic compounds are catalyzed by aluminum chloride or other Lewis acids. 
   Atomization / Powder Production       Powders are produced through an atomization, spray drying, milling, precipitation, or other proprietary process. 
   Blending / Mixing       Mixers or blenders are driven by a shaft, speed reducer, or electric motor. 
   Calendering       Calendering passes a textile web or warm, doughy mass of plastic or rubber material between a series of rollers to create a smooth and flat film, sheet, or fabric.  
   Chamber Recovery       Chamber recovery services include the cleaning, stripping, and reclamation of precious metals deposited within internal surfaces of the PVD coating chamber. 
   Cleaning / Stripping       Materials are cleaned or stripped so the material can be reused or fed into the recycling process. 
   Coating       Bulk materials such as powders, granules, or continuous webs are coated. 
   Compounding       Compounding mixes or blends and/or reacts all of the ingredients required to produce a finished product. For example, a compounded plastic resin or elastomer compound typically consists of base polymer resin(s), chemical additives, and reinforcing or extending fillers. Compounding can be used for plastics, rubber, elastomers, cleaning agents, lubricants, greases, masterbatch colorants (pigments, dyes), additive masterbatches, organic chemicals, chemical additives, metal working fluids, oils, oil and fuel additives, fuel mixtures, and other materials.  
   Condensation / Cooling       Condensation changes a gas to a liquid or a solid, or a liquid to a solid. Chill roll systems, heat exchangers, chillers and direct convective cooling equipment are used cooling processes. 
   Conversion / Forming       Conversion processes compact, form, cut or otherwise converts materials into different shapes or forms. 
   Crushing / Compacting       Waste products are crushed, compacted, used for storage, contaminant extraction, or recycling. For example, used oil filters or containers are often crushed to extract any remaining waste oil. 
   Crystallization       Crystallization cools a liquid solution or evaporates a solvent in order to form solid, solute crystals. As they leave the crystallizer, the slurry crystals are often forced through a circulation evaporator and may subsequently be separated from the liquid in a filter or centrifuge. 
   Demolition / Excavation       Demolition or excavation to remove scrap materials, wastes or contaminated materials from a site are available. 
   Destruction (Shredding, Incineration, etc.)       Destruction can be accomplished through a variety of processes such as shredding, crushing, pulverizing, melting, burning or incinerating. Destruction can include removal of any company labels, stickers and other forms of identification. The destruction of computers and electronics devices often includes the deletion and subsequent physical destruction of data stored on tapes, floppies, CD's, hard drives, or other storage media.  
   Distillation       Distillation applies and removes heat in order to separate a liquid or vapor mixture of two or more substances into component fractions of a desired purity. Chemicals and conditions determine which distillation processes can be used. Examples include no-pressure distillation, vacuum distillation, steam distillation, molecular distillation, and thin film distillation. 
   Drying / Freeze Drying       Drying uses evaporation, sublimation, or freeze-drying processes to remove liquids or moisture from bulk solids, powders, parts, continuous sheets or other liquids. 
   Encapsulation / Encasement       Encapsulation entraps or encases a hazardous material to contain the pollutant for abatement, shipping, and/or storage purposes.  
   Esterification       In the Fischer-Speier esterification method, esterification of acids occurs by refluxing with excess alcohol in the presence of hydrogen chloride or other acid catalysts.   
   Evaporation       Evaporation is thermal separation or thermal concentration process that removes liquid from a solution, suspension, or emulsion by boiling. 
   Fermentation / Biotransformations       Fermentation is used in the production of drugs, foodstuffs and beverages. The process uses fermentation, biological catalysts or enzymatic compounds, microrganisms, and other biological agents or biotransformations to process or synthesize products. Enzymes are very effective at breaking down certain proteins. Composting is a biotransformation process that uses bacteria to break down organic waste. 
   Filtration / Extraction       Molecular sieve filtration often uses a porous molecular structure that selectively adsorbs or rejects molecules based on differences in molecular size or shape. 
   Formulation       Formulas are developed for chemical, polymer, or material intensive products. Formulas provide ingredients, amounts, and processing instructions. 
   Granulation / Agglomeration       Granulation, pelletization, briquetting or agglomerations are size enlargement processes. Granulation or agglomeration increases particle size by adhering or bonding together several fine particles with a liquid or wax binder to from larger agglomerates. Pelletization or briquetting compacts fine powders into larger pellets or briquettes. 
   Halogenation (e.g., Fluorination / Chlorination)       Halogenation is the reaction, chemical combination or exposure of water or other chemicals to fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine or other halogens. Exposing water to chlorine can destroy biological contaminants. Halogenation processes include fluorination, chlorination, bromination, electrolytic fluorination and iodination as well as related processes such as iodine recovery. 
   Hydroformylation / Formylation       Hydroformylation or formylation reactions such as Duff, Gattermann-Koch or Vilsmeier-Haack are performed. In Duff reactions, the formylation of phenols or aromatic amines with hexamethylenetetramine uses an acidic catalyst. Gattermann-Koch reactions are catalyzed by using aluminum chloride at high-pressure in order to achieve the formylation of benzene, alkylbenzenes or polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with carbon monoxide and hydrogen chloride. Formylation of the amino acids in proteins is a naturally occurring process.  
   Hydrogenation       Hydrogenation is the reaction of hydrogen with another chemical or raw material. For example, Sorbital is formed through the hydrogenation of corn syrup. Formylation of the amino acids in proteins is a naturally occurring process. Fischer Tropsch (gas to liquids) or linear alpha olefin hydroformylation processes are used in the production of synthetic oils fluids. In the Fischer Tropsch reaction or Synthol process, hydrocarbons, aliphatic alcohols, aldehydes, and ketones are synthesized by the catalytic hydrogenation of carbon monoxide using synthesis gas enriched from the passage of steam over heated coke.  The Bergius reaction is used to synthesize petroleum-like hydrocarbons by the hydrogenation of coal at high temperatures and pressures (~ 450°C @ 300 atm) with or without catalysts. 
   Heat Treatment       Thermal or heat treating services are provided to anneal, soften, harden, or otherwise transform materials. 
   Melting / Spheroidization       Melting changes a solid to a liquid. Spheroidization melts or fuses particle surfaces in order to remove asperities. 
   Milling / Size Reduction       Milling, ball milling, crushing, shredding, granulating, pulverizing, or other services are offered in order to reduce coarse, bulk solids into finer granules or powders. 
   Organometallic / Grignard Reactions       Processing or expertise in using organometallic or Grignard reactions is available. Originally, Grignard reactions were the addition of organomagnesium compounds or Grignard reagents to carbonyl compounds to generate alcohols. The reaction scope now includes the addition of Grignard reagents to a wide variety of electrophilic substrates. 
   Oxidation Reactions       Chemicals or materials with an oxidation reaction such as epoxidation are processed. 
   Packaging / Microencapsulation       Packaging is used for chemicals, pharmaceuticals or bulk materials such as powders, granules, liquids or continuous webs. Alternatively, packaging also provides encapsulation, microencapsulation, tableting, blister packaging or drug delivery systems for powdered or liquid drugs, vitamins or other substances. 
   Polymerization       Condensation, addition, or other reactions are used to polymerize or copolymerize monomers or intermediates into longer chain molecules. 
   Reconditioning / Resurfacing       Reconditioning or refinishing of the scrap, surplus, excess or byproduct material to bring the material back to usable state. 
   Recovery / Extraction       Extraction or recovery of valuable or reusable components from a waste stream or scrap material. 
   Recycling / Reclamation       Recycling or reclamation services are performed, allowing scrap or waste material to be reused or sold for new applications. 
   Reduction Reactions       A reduction reaction to process chemicals or materials is used. 
   Refining / Purification       Refining or purification services. 
   Revegetation / Land Conditioning       Reconditioning of land through contouring and revegetation. Site reconditioning may include adding a layer of top soil and planting seedling back on the recontoured site. Strip mining and forestry sites are often reconditioned. 
   Screening / Grading       Screening, grading, sizing or other particle classification services for bulk or powdered materials are included. 
   Site Cleanup / Contaminant Removal       Cleanup or removal of hazardous wastes or contaminated materials from material or at a site. Cleanup goes beyond abatement, which may just encase and limit further release of a hazardous material or chemical. 
   Sorting / Culling       The sorting or culling process enables recycling by separating materials into different waste streams, culling out hazardous materials, and segregating precious metals or other valuable components. 
   Sterilization / Disinfection       Sterilization or disinfecting of chemicals, materials, surfaces or environmental media (water, soil, etc.) kills or destroys any microbial contamination (mold, bacteria, viruses, protozoa, etc.). 
   Storage       Storage of materials, chemicals, waste, scrap and hazardous materials may be provided. 
   Synthesis       Reactions to synthesize chemicals or materials are performed. 
   Treatment / Decontamination       Treatment or decontamination of liquids, oils, colloids, dispersions, water, soil, building materials, waste, scrap, powders, granules or other bulk materials. 
   UV / Photochemical       Ultraviolet (UV) light exposure is used to degrade, breakdown, sterilize certain compounds or chemicals. UV light or radiation sources are used to initiate reactions or cure certain polymers and resins. 
   Well Services (Pumping / Injection)       Well services include pumping water, oil, gas or contamination from the below ground to sample, bate or extract pollutants or raw materials.  Well services also include injection of proppants or neutralizing chemicals to enhance extraction or abate pollutants. Pumping is used where sub-surface contamination has occurred on such a wide scale that excavation is not a feasible option. The pumping process prevents the outward leaching or spreading of the pollutant. 
   Other       Other unlisted processes or reactions. 
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   Clean in Place       Facilities use clean-in-place (CIP) equipment that can be cleaned without disassembly. Typically, a spray device is used for cleaning. 
   Cryogenic Processing       Chemicals or materials are processed at very low or cryogenic temperatures.  
   Clean Room       Facilities locate sterilization and/or manufacturing equipment in a clean room in order to eliminate or minimize the contamination of processed materials, chemicals or products. 
   Vacuum Processing       Vacuum processing of chemicals or materials is provided. 
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   Laboratory / Benchtop Scale       Typically, laboratory or benchtop scale means that processing capacity does not exceed a few pounds or a few gallons. Actual quantities vary based on the type of material. For example, laboratory scale quantities may be expressed in milligrams for nanomaterials and specialized biochemical compounds. Usually, one person can easily and safely operate laboratory scale equipment. This category excludes facilities whose function is to produce commercial quantities. 
   Pilot Scale       Pilot scale is a small-scale production process that is larger than laboratory scale and used to develop a subsequent full-scale process. Typically, pilot scale quantities are in the range of several drums (e.g., 55-gallon drums) or hundreds of pounds or gallons; however, quantities vary with the density and type of processed material, chemical or product. Pilot scale facilities are better than laboratory scale facilities at simulating production processes and can be used for troubleshooting, improving and optimizing processes. 
   Production Lots / Field Scale       Companies may have commercial, production, field or industrial scale processing facilities. Typically, the processing ranges are in thousands of gallons or pounds; however, quantities vary by material, chemical, or product. 
   Other       Other process scales. 
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   Bulk Solids / Granules       Bulk solids or granules are processed. 
   Gas / Liquid Gas       Processing or synthesizing of industrial gases or liquid gases such as argon, nitrogen, oxygen, methane, acetylene, propane or other gas mixtures. 
   Liquids       Processing of liquids. 
   Nanomaterials / Nanoparticles       Nanomaterials consist of particles with an average size of less than 100 nm. 
   Powders       Powders are finely divided or powdered metals, ceramics, polymers, composites, minerals or other raw materials. 
   Webs / Continuous Stock       Processing of continuous webs or continuous stock. 
   Waste / Scrap       Processing waste or scrap. 
   Other       Other unlisted forms. 
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   Acetylenes       Processing or synthesizing of acetylenes. 
   Alcohols       Processing or synthesizing alcohols. 
   Biochemicals / APIs       Processing, reacting, extracting or synthesizing of biochemicals such as proteins, peptides, amino acids, amino acid analogs, DNA, RNA, steroids, carbohydrates, oligonucleotides, lipids, animal fats, vegetable oils, waxes, sterols, triglycerides, other biological or botanical derivatives, active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) or high potency actives (HPAs).  
   Catalysts / Initiators       Processing or synthesizing of catalysts or initiators. 
   Chemical Agents / Additives       Processing or synthesizing chemical agents or additives such as stabilizers, plasticizers, flame retardants, release agents, etc. 
   Cleaners / Surface Active Agents       Processing or producing of cleaning and surface active agents such as cleaners, detergents, surfactants, emulsifiers, flocculants, dispersing agents, settling agents, and soaps (saponification end products). 
   Coolants / Refrigerants       Fluid processing systems are used in coolants, refrigerants, and mineral oils. Mineral oils include base oil, bright stock, coal oil, crude oil residues, lubricating oils, paraffin oils, pitch (long & short residues), and tar containing products. 
   Cosmetics / Soaps       Fluid processing systems are to process cosmetics such as algae extracts, bee’s wax, brown moss extracts, flower extracts, lanolin alcohols, root extracts, wool fatty acids, wool alcohols, and volatile oils and scents. 
   Filler / Extenders       Synthesizing or processing of fillers or extenders. 
   Inorganic Chemicals       Synthesizing or processing of inorganic chemicals. 
   Lubricants / Greases       Synthesizing or processing of lubricants or greases. 
   Monomers and Intermediates       Synthesizing or processing of monomers and intermediates. 
   Oils and Fuels       Synthesizing or processing of oils and fuels. Applications include oil refining, re-refining, recovery, and recycling. 
   Organic Chemicals       Synthesizing or processing of organic chemicals such as alcohols, alfol esters, detergents, fertilizers, glycol ethers, herbicides, halogenated hydrocarbons, insecticides, organometallic compounds, silicone oils, tall oils, turpentine, and waxes. 
   Pharmaceuticals / Drugs       Synthesizing or processing of pharmaceuticals or drugs, a category that includes vitamins, amino-acid esters, antibiotics, beta-carotene, ferments, glucose derivatives, hormones, antioxidants, and indoles. 
   Pigments / Dyes       Synthesizing or processing of pigments, dyes or other colorants. 
   Polymers       Synthesizing or processing of polymers. 
   Reagents       Synthesizing or processing of reagents. 
   Solvents       Synthesizing or processing of solvents. 
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   Abrasives       Synthesizing or processing of abrasives. 
   Adhesives / Sealants       Synthesizing or processing of adhesives and sealants. 
   Carbon / Graphite       Synthesizing or processing of carbon or graphite materials. 
   Ceramics       Synthesizing or processing of ceramics. 
   Coatings / Paint       Synthesizing or processing of coatings or paint. 
   Elastomers / Rubber       Synthesizing or processing of elastomers or rubber. 
   Foods / Beverages       Synthesizing or processing of foods and beverages such as aroma concentrates, butter, capsicum, coffee, cacao biocatalyst concentrates, diglycerides, dimeric fatty acids, fatty acids and derivatives, fish oils, fruit juices, milk products, mono-glycerides, palm oils, protein and protein substances, rice bran oils, soybean oil, seed oils, sugar derivatives, tea, and tocopherols. 
   Glass / Fiberglass       Synthesizing or processing of glass. 
   Metals / Elements       Synthesizing or processing of metals or high purity elements. 
   Ferrous / Iron Based (Steel, Stainless)       Ferrous metals and alloys are based on iron. This category includes carbon steels, alloy steels, stainless steels, cast iron, maraging steel and other specialty iron-based alloys. 
   Non-ferrous       Non-ferrous metals and alloys are not based on iron and include alloys of aluminum, copper, titanium, zinc, nickel, cobalt, magnesium, tungsten, molybdenum, precious metals, silver, gold, platinum, palladium, refractory metals as well as many other metals and alloys. 
   Aluminum / Aluminum Alloy       Aluminum and aluminum alloys are light weight, non-ferrous metals with good corrosion resistance, ductility and strength. Aluminum is relatively easy to fabricate by forming, machining or welding. It is a good electrical and thermal conductor. Aluminum is also useful as an alloying element in steel and titanium alloys.  Aluminum alloys are versatile metals with applications in almost every industrial and commercial segment. 
   Cobalt / Cobalt Alloy       Cobalt and cobalt alloys are non-ferrous magnetic alloys with high strength and toughness, excellent corrosion and oxidation resistance, and high temperature strength. Cobalt can also be magnetized. Cobalt's properties result in the use of cobalt alloys in jet engine super-alloy components, prosthetic devices, magnets, and cutting tool binders. Cobalt is a useful alloying element in tool, maraging and other alloy steels. 
   Copper / Copper Alloy       Copper and copper alloys are non-ferrous metals with excellent electrical and thermal conductivity as well as good corrosion resistance, ductility and strength. Copper alloys are relatively easy to fabricate by forming, casting or machining. Pure copper is more difficult to weld, cast or machine. Brass, tin bronze, leaded brass, beryllium copper and zirconium copper are examples of copper alloys. Copper is also useful as an alloying element in aluminum alloys and powder metal based iron alloys.  Copper is a versatile metal with applications in many industrial and commercial segments. Copper's high electrical conductivity (100% IACS) make it extremely useful in electrical and electronic applications. 
   Nickel / Nickel Alloy       Nickel and nickel alloys are non-ferrous metals with high strength and toughness, excellent corrosion resistance, and superior elevated temperature properties. Nickel can also be magnetized. Nickel's properties result in the use of nickel alloys in jet engine super-alloy components, corrosion resistant chemical process equipment (valves, piping, and pumps), magnets and electrical resistance alloys, and heating elements. Nickel is also a useful alloying element in stainless, tool, maraging and other alloy steels. 
   Noble / Precious Metal       Noble and precious metal alloys such as silver, gold, platinum and palladium alloys are extremely resistance to corrosion and oxidation. Noble and precious metal alloys are used in electrical contacts, electronic connectors, chemical process components, catalysts, jewelry and other specialized applications. 
   Refractory / Reactive (Tungsten, Zirconium)       Refractory and reactive metals include boron (B), tungsten (W), tantalum (Ta), molybdenum (Mo), niobium (Nb) / columbium (Cb), zirconium (Zr), hafnium (Hf), thorium (Th), vanadium (V), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co), rhenium ( ), and titanium (Ti). Refractory metals and alloys are metals with melting points above ~1750 C (~ 32000 F).  Refractory metals include tungsten tantalum, molybdenum, niobium, and zirconium. Refractory metals are used in high temperature, structural, electrical, and other specialty applications. Reactive metals combine readily with oxygen at elevated temperatures to form very stable oxides. Titanium, zirconium, and beryllium are considered reactive metals. Finely divided reactive metals can react explosively with oxygen and are often added to rocket fuels or combustible mixtures. A highly stable oxide film formed on the alloy surface provides protection against further oxidization or corrosion at low to moderate temperatures.  Reactive metals can become embrittled if there is too much interstitial absorption into the lattice of oxygen, hydrogen, and nitrogen. 
   Stainless Steel       Stainless steels are highly corrosion resistant, ferrous alloys that contain chromium and/or nickel additions. There are three basic types of products: austenitic stainless steels, ferritic and martensitic stainless steels, and specialty stainless steels and iron superalloys. Austenitic stainless steels (AISI 300 / 200 Series) are highly corrosion resistant, ferrous alloys that contain chromium and nickel or manganese additions. Generally, austenitic stainless steels are more corrosion resistant than ferritic or martensitic stainless steels. Annealed austenitic stainless steels are non-magnetic. Cold working is used to harden austenitic stainless steels because these alloys do not respond to conventional quench and temper hardening processes. Ferritic and martensitic stainless steels are highly corrosion resistant, ferrous alloys that contain chromium and/or carbon additions. Ferritic stainless steels are soft, easy to form metal alloys. Cold working is used to harden ferritic stainless steels because these alloys do not respond to conventional quench and temper hardening processes. Ferritic stainless steels are formed to fabricate mufflers and other sheet metal components that require good corrosion resistance. Martensitic stainless steels can be hardened by a conventional quench and temper operation. Martensitic stainless steels are used for knife blades, tooling or other applications that require good corrosion resistance combined with higher hardness and wear resistance. Specialty stainless steels and iron superalloys are highly corrosion resistant, ferrous alloys containing chromium, nickel or other alloying additions to provide high strength or heat resistance. Duplex and precipitation hardening stainless steels belong in this category. 
   Tin / Tin Alloy       Tin is metal with a low melting point and low hardness. Tin and tin alloys are used in coatings, as alloying additives, in battery electrodes, and as solders. 
   Titanium / Titanium Alloy       Titanium and titanium alloys are non-ferrous metals with excellent corrosion resistance, good fatigue properties, and a high strength-to-weight ratio. Titanium's properties result in the use of titanium and titanium alloys in aircraft or air frame parts, jet engine super-alloy components, corrosion resistant chemical process equipment (valves, piping, and pumps), prostheses or medical devices, and marine equipment. 
   Specialty / Exotic Alloy       Other unlisted, specialty or proprietary metals or alloy grades. These materials are based on a unique composition or alloy system, use a novel processing technology, or have properties designed for specific applications. 
   Minerals       Synthesizing or processing of minerals. 
   Nuclear Materials       Synthesizing or processing of nuclear materials. 
   Plastics       Synthesizing or processing of plastics such as epoxy resins, isocyanates, polyesters, and polyethers. 
   Pulp and Paper       Processing of paper or paper pulp. 
   Wafers / Semiconductor Materials       Synthesizing or processing of wafers or semiconductor materials. 
   Textiles       Synthesizing or processing of textile materials. 
   Wood Products       Processing of wood products or wood by-products. 
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   Asbestos       Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous silicate mineral that was widely used a filler and reinforcement in materials due to its strength, chemical, insulative ability and thermal stability. Common types of asbestiform minerals include chrysotile, amosite and crocidolite. Chrysotile was the source for 95% of asbestos used industrially. When separated or milled the minerals breakdown in long, threadlike fibers. Asbestos causes lung cancer when the fibers are inhaled. Older pipe or thermal insulation in factories or buildings still contains asbestos, which requires professional abatement or removal. 
   Auto / Vehicular Wrecks       Processing of automobile wrecks or vehicular waste. Wrecks often require disassembly and separation of parts or materials. 
   Batteries       Batteries may be recycled or reclaimed. Lithium, nickel cadmium, sulfuric acid and lead are common materials used in batteries manufacturing. Lead is a metal with a low melting point, a high density, and low hardness. Lead and lead alloys are used in balancing weights, radiation shielding, battery electrodes and solders. 
   Brownfield / Plant Sites       Vacant industrial or commercial properties that are difficult to sell purchase and repurpose due the real or imagined perception of site contamination from past manufacturing activities.  
   Building Materials / Construction Sites       Synthesizing or processing of waste or scrap building materials, demolition debris, and excavated earth from construction sites. 
   Electronics Waste / Scrap Computers       Processing of electronics waste and scrap computers. Computers and electronics can contain higher level of heavy metals and other hazardous materials, which requires special handling. 
   Emissions / Air Pollution (Radon, Fumes, etc.)       Air pollutants or emissions form factory or natural sources such as radon, methane, sour gas, carbon monoxide or other hazardous gases. The gases can be vented away and then scrubbed, incinerated or stored. 
   Landfills       Landfills are specialized sites where wastes or manufacturing by-products were or are intentionally stored or dumped. Containment may have broken down over time due to corrosion or environment breakdown of liners, water table changes and leaching wastes and pollutants. 
   Lead / Lead Paint       Lead is a metal with a low melting point, a high density, and low hardness. Lead is toxic and causes brain damage when ingested. Lead and lead alloys are used in lead paint in older facilities, balancing weights, radiation shielding, battery electrodes and solders. 
   Mines / Mining Waste       Processing of wastes, by-products, and debris from mines. 
   Molds / Biological Pollutants       Abatement of molds or other biological pollutants. 
   Slag / By-products       Recycling of slag or other by-product waste streams from industrial production processes is available. Slag waste is often pulverized and used in cement and concrete products to provide a water proof material. 
   Soil       Processing or treatment of soil or earthen materials. 
   Spills / Contamination       Contamination of environmental media (air, water, soil) through the unintentional release or spills of oil, chemicals, toxic powders, or other hazardous materials. Non-aqueous liquid spills or contamination can consist of LNAPLs or DNAPLs. LNAPLs are light non-aqueous phase liquids that are sparingly soluble in water and less dense than water. Oil is an example of an LNAPL because it "floats" on top of water and does not mix with water.  LNAPLs collect at the water table between surface water and ground water regions. DNAPLs or dense non-aqueous phase liquids include separate-phase hydrocarbon liquids that are denser than water, such as chlorinated solvent, wood preservative wastes, coal tar wastes and pesticides. These collect at the bottom of the aquifer, well or ground water region.  Soluble inorganic or heavy metal salt solutions can also contaminate water, soil and building sites.  
   Tire / Rubber Scrap       Recycling or reclamation of tires and rubber scrap is available. Scrap rubber can be shredded or ground into crumb rubber, which is used as a component in asphalt or paving, sport surfaces, and molded products. 
   Toxic / Hazardous Waste       Extraction and reclamation of toxic or hazardous waste, such as mercury or other heavy metals. 
   Used Equipment       Processing of used equipment that may require disassembly and separation of parts or materials. 
   Used Products / Goods       Processing of used products and goods. 
   Water       Extraction, processing, cleaning and/or treatment of waste water, ground water, surface water, drinking or other water sources taken from industrial or natural sites.  
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted products. 
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   North America       Companies are located in the United States, Canada or Mexico. 
   United States Only       Companies are located in the United States. 
   Northeast US Only       Companies are located in the Northeast United States, namely Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island and Vermont. 
   Southern US Only       Companies are located in the Southern United States, namely Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington D.C., and West Virginia. 
   Southwest US Only       Companies are located in the Southwest United States, namely Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. 
   Northwest US Only       Companies are located in the Northwest United States, namely Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington and Wyoming. 
   Midwest US Only       Companies are located in the Midwest United States, namely Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. 
   Canada Only       Companies are located in Canada. 
   South / Central America Only       Companies have facilities in South American countries such as Argentina, Brazil, or Chile; or in Central American countries such as Costa Rica, Honduras, Panama, etc. 
   Europe Only       Companies are located in Europe, namely Germany, Ireland, Italy, United Kingdom, etc. 
   South Asia Only       Companies are located in South Asia, namely India, Pakistan, Nepal, etc. 
   Near East Only       Companies are located in the Near East, namely Egypt, Israel, Saudi Arabia, etc. 
   East Asia / Pacific Only       Companies are located in East Asia, namely China, Japan, Taiwan, etc. 
   Oceania Only       Companies are located in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea and a large group of South Pacific islands that include Micronesia, Polynesia, Guam, Fiji, Tonga, etc.  
   Africa Only       Companies are located in sub-Saharan Africa. 
   Other       Other unlisted country or region. 
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