Scorpex, Inc. today announced the submission of its Urban Impact Study as one of the final steps in obtaining state and city permitting for its receiving, storing, disposing, and recycling of waste, including toxic and hazardous waste, non-toxic and non-hazardous waste, and commercial waste.
The Urban Impact Study is vital to studying the effect the company’s operations will have on the environment, including wildlife, plants and the water supply. The company anticipates approval of its Urban Impact Study by the end of next week. In the press release, Scorpex affirmed its dedication to operating with the highest degree of environmental responsibility.
Joseph Caywood, CEO of Scorpex, Inc., stated, “Pending final approval, these permits will enable Scorpex open trucking routes to and from our facilities, thereby helping us get closer to our large trucking and shipping partners which will bring waste to our unique facility. We are ahead of schedule in complying with all necessary requirements from the federal, state and city permitting processes. I believe our Urban Impact Study will expedite our goal of getting our permits approved.”
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