February 2nd, 2018

Mike McGee is the newest employee at MXIPA. You might meet him at the MXIPA or on the HHW job. Mike is a incredible hardworking young man who began working at our HHW events. He proved himself on the job and jumped right on the opportunity. Mike has done an excellent job so far with MXI and we see no ceiling for him at MXI.Name? Michael McGee Where were you born and raise? Southampton Pennsylvania Where do you live and why did you end up there? I still live in Southampton. …

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January 24th, 2018

Edson “Sonny” Remy is the Dock Supervisor at MXIPA. Sonny is an excellent Supervisor and hustles as hard as anyone. Sonny’s main responsibilities are transloading incoming waste into the proper outbound trailers and loading supplies for HHW events. He puts in lots of long hours loading material and then meticulously checking the counts on every job to ensure the staff have everything they need to get the job done. He is also a Project Manager for the HHW Program. Every weekend we…

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January 11th, 2018

MXI just released their latest press release! Please see the link to learn more about the Riverhead NY award and MXI’s 2018 HHW outlook.http://www.releasewire.com/press-releases/mxi-environmental-services-awarded-town-of-riverhead-ny-household-hazardous-waste-contract-for-2018-911831.htm

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January 3rd, 2018

People show up to HHW events with some extremely dangerous substances. The danger grows exponentially when we don’t know what the substance is. Often glass containers with powders and various liquids are brought to our events with no labels on them. Both the staff handling the material during collections and the staff properly treating the material need to follow certain safety protocols based on the material’s hazard characteristics.That’s why it is extremely important to put…

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December 1st, 2017

How is this not number one?Explosives are rarely dangerous to the touch. They are also not reactive with air, light, or water. They need an ignition source to react. They can make a dangerous fire much more dangerous. Most hazmat companies and professionals, including MXI, have dealt with fires involving, or in the proximity of, hazardous materials. Those situations are dangerous enough before adding explosives to the mix.Explosive products vary at HHW events. We receive, most often…

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