General Environmental Management, Inc.’s subsidiary Southern California Waste Water (SCWW), www.scww.com, recently celebrated its 50th year, having come a long way from its roots as a waste remediation facility for the oil and gas industry, evolving along with the market to lead California’s Non-Hazardous Waste Management sector by adapting to the changing demands of both oil/gas, domestic and industrial clients with a laser-focus on environmental compliance.

Able to handle the entire gamut of needs from chemical toilet disposal to massive multi-million dollar remediation projects, the Company was named CA’s preferred Non-Hazardous Wastewater disposal preference by the EPA in 07, under CERCLA (Superfund) designation, tripling capacity from 08-09 at their Ventura County and NSE Kern County facilities, via infrastructural upgrades, to 240,000 gallons per day (10k barrels), which has led to the processing of an amazing 2B+ gallons of water since its inception.

CEO of SCWW, Douglas B. Edwards, cites the emphasis on green technology and recycling utilized at every point in the recent modernization and expansion of the Company’s treatment systems as an affirmation of faith in commitment to the generators and transporters which make up the backbone of the business.

SCWW has the ability to streamline a client’s transportation expenses, the hands-down quickest turnaround time in the industry, and provides a dedicated washout bay – all of which come together to produce high-value trucking models, returning the client’s truck in minutes, not hours, and harnessing a network of over 40 transporters eager for the client’s business, which means SCWW is able to facilitate all of a client’s logistical transport concerns from booking to billing.

This full-spectrum approach by SCWW allows the client the freedom to focus attention elsewhere to their business, secure in the knowledge that transportation and disposal will be professionally handled.

The Non-Hazardous profile means that client’s will never be involved in a superfund lawsuit as a Primary Responsible Party (PRP); SCWW is fully permitted for non-hazardous waste treatment, having fulfilled rigorous Federal, State, local, private and public auditing requirements.

Affordable comprehensive environmental compliance enables SCWW to perform an end-run on the entire issue of disposal and the Company is even breaking ground in oil and gas, where it still does considerable business, partnering with NorthStar Energy in 07 to market a CLASS II injection well.

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