Liquid Waste Haulers in Indiana

If you are looking for liquid waste haulers in Indiana, you might be part of a large manufacturer that employs over a 1000 people.  Of course you might also be a much smaller manufacturer, but still have similar environmental obligations.

Liquid Waste Truck in Indiana

“Before we leave in the morning, every trip starts with a pre-trip inspection,” shares Dale Luttrell, AWS waste transportation specialist.

How do you choose a liquid waste hauler in Indiana that will help you meet your environmental obligations?   Maybe you start with eliminating the wastes and risks of transporting your waste.  This might be the fleet location, truck maintenance, compliance and driving records of the liquid waste hauler.

Liquid waste hauler Indiana map

“To be a successful liquid waste hauler in Indiana you need to be close to I-80, 90 and 65 to quickly access your clients in Gary, South Bend, Fort Wayne and Indianapolis,” shares Jim Manning, AWS Indiana General Manager.

Advanced Waste Services Portage is adjacent to I-80, I-90 and I-65, making it the perfect location for a liquid waste hauler in Indiana.  Our proximity to the interstates and waste disposal facilities reduces turn around time, eliminating risks of delays to our clients.

Indiana Liquid Waste Hauler vacuum truck

“As a requirement for this vacuum truck you need a pre-filter on it. If this filter gets wet or dirty its going to reduce the CFM.  A knowledgeable liquid waste hauler in Indiana should know to clean this filter daily, otherwise you’re wasting time on a client’s site,” explains Dave Coughlin, AWS Industrial Services Project Manager.

Once you’ve assessed location, you’ll want to know more about pre-trip inspection and vacuum truck maintenance.  This is important because you want to eliminate the risks of a liquid waste hauler spending more time than necessary on your project because of underperforming, non-maintained equipment.  This leads to missed deadlines and going over-budget.

Now think about the access to your project site.  Is it difficult or easy to back into? What might happen if a driver doesn’t have enough experience as a liquid waste hauler in Indiana?

Besides your unique site, drivers also need to comply with strict regulations regarding transportation and driver behaviors.

  • Unsafe Driving
  • Hours-of-Service (HOS) Compliance
  • Driver Fitness
  • Controlled Substances and Alcohol
  • Vehicle Maintenance
  • Hazardous Materials (HM) Compliance
  • Crash Indicator

You should be able to access these records from the liquid waste hauler or on the FMCSA website.

To learn more about Advanced Waste Services liquid waste transportation in Indiana visit our website, schedule a tour or ask us a question below.

Advanced Waste Services | 800-842-9792 


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