EnviroBlend has treated over 10 million tons of hazardous waste for a wide range of industries over 40 years. Many facilities take advantage of EnviroBlend’s ease of use and employ a variety of mixing techniques in both dry and wet environments.

EnviroBlend® is a family of metal stabilization products, custom-blended to render metal-bearing wastes non-hazardous. The original blend was developed in the 1980s for foundry clients; offering a new and more permanent alternative to lime-based treatment. We have since expanded our line of products and treatment capabilities to address industrial, land, air and water environmental concerns including heavy metal contamination (lead, zinc, cadmium, hexavalent chromium, arsenic, etc.), acid gas emissions  (HCL, SO2 and SO3) and odor emissions.

We have the unique advantage of owning our raw materials mine and manufacturing facilities, which helps us to control the quality of our products and effectiveness of our products. Our custom and tailored blends are designed site-specifically for each client based on the waste matrix in question, the contaminants of concern, and the regulatory goals. EnviroBlend-treated waste results in stable compounds that reduce metal leaching in all reasonable disposal settings, alleviating liability exposure and providing significant cost savings; all in accordance with state and federal regulatory guidelines.

Long-term Solutions

Our chemistries successfully treat waste below the leaching standards set by the US EPA, including:

  • TCLP (Toxicity Characteristic Leaching Procedure)
  • SPLP (Synthetic Precipitation Leaching Procedure)
  • MEP (Multiple Extraction Procedure).

EnviroBlend is produced exclusively by Premier Magnesia. For more than 50 years, Premier Magnesia has been manufacturing and supplying a variety of magnesia-based products for environmental applications. We own and operate the only magnesia mine in the U.S., located in Gabbs, Nevada. Learn more at www.premiermagnesia.com

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