Alpha Omega has processed over 300 million pounds of industrial waste and recovered millions of pounds of precious and non-precious metals. The management team of this division has over 20 years of recycling experience that enables us to design custom solutions for even the most challenging recycling problems.
Alpha Omega is an industry leader in developing new processes and technology to convert hazardous waste streams into productive raw materials. Ultimately, our goal is to help our clients achieve zero-residue recycling for all of their hazardous waste. Learn more.
We help global oil and gas refiners, chemical manufacturers, and metal finishers transform their hazardous waste streams into productive materials like nickel, copper, iron, and precious metals. Alpha Omega adheres to all applicable federal and state regulations for proper handling and disposal of protected hazardous materials. Upon completion of the recycling process, we issue Certificates of Recycling to our customers. Learn more.
Alpha Omega’s processing plant includes a 50,000 square foot RCRA Part B facility which supports four batch lines and one continuous-processing line. This allows us to recycle a variety of common waste streams, and perform custom recycling and refining solutions for individual customers.
Listed Hazardous Wastes (Code of Federal Regulations)
Non-Hazardous Waste Streams:
Silver x-ray film used in healthcare facilities is classified by the EPA as a characteristic hazardous waste . It requires special care to protect patient confidentiality and recycle properly. Our silver-recovery process complies with HIPAA handling requirements for medical x-ray film and helps hospitals across the country properly recycle expired film archives. And our experience in the silver-recovery process ensures that customers receive the best return rates. As part of our x-ray recycling process, customers receive a Certificate of Destruction and Business Associates Agreement (BAA) documentation. Alpha Omega maintains requisite insurance protection for sensitive medical x-rays. Learn more.