May 12th, 2017

MXI was honored to receive the Green Giving Award from Matthew 25 Ministries (M25) for the company’s contribution to the M25’s paint recycling program. M25 provides humanitarian aide and disaster relief to some of the most poverty stricken areas in the world. M25 has an incredible reputation for providing assistance directly to the people and bypassing the corrupt elements that infect relief industry. You can read more about ministry on their website at M25M.org. To see our full award and…

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April 25th, 2017

Pool chemicals are corrosives, like sodium bisulfate, and oxidizers, like calcium hypochlorite, that are put into the pool to control algae growth. These chemicals are very dangerous and injure nearly 5,000 people yearly. It’s important to use proper personal protective equipment, like gloves and safety glasses, when handling the material. The chemicals, solid or liquid, can cause chemical burns and must not be ingested in any quantities. If you inadvertently touch pool chemicals…

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April 17th, 2017

MXI Environmental Services received a glowing letter of recommendation from their client the Naugatuck Valley Council of Governments in central Connecticut for performance on HHW events. Please see the letter below.

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April 4th, 2017

Lithium batteries are becoming more and more common. They were introduced in 1991 and are used as the primary power source in almost all of our electronic technological devices. They are excellent because they can provide lots of power for a long time (known as high charge density) without taking up much space. Lithium batteries have allowed us to minimize our technology size and develop pacemakers and other implantable electronic medical devices that last 15 years or more without…

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March 25th, 2017

MXI Environmental Services will Manage Mercer County’s household hazardous waste (HHW) collection event and environmental cleanup on April 8th, 2017 at the Dempster Fire School in Lawrence Township NJ. MXI has served as the environmental cleanup company for Mercer County’s HHW events for several years. “It’s been an honor and a pleasure working with the residents and employees of Mercer County. Dan and rest of the county employees are wonderful people. I look forward to another great event,”…

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