HATBORO, Pa., Dec. 19, 2012 -- Clean Earth is now accepting oily debris, contaminated soil, and hazardous waste derived from Hurricane Sandy that devastated New Jersey and New York in October. The following Clean Earth facilities are equipped and prepared to take large volumes of oily debris, contaminated soil, and hazardous waste.

Located in Kearny, New Jersey, Clean Earth of North Jersey is a RCRA Part B permitted transfer, storage, and disposal facility that handles all types of hazardous and non-hazardous wastes including debris. Clean Earth of North Jersey is rail served and equipped to move large volumes of waste derived from Hurricane Sandy.

Located in Carteret, New Jersey, Clean Earth of Carteret is a Class B Recycling facility handling non-hazardous contaminated soils. Clean Earth is currently accepting contaminated soils at this facility as a result of Hurricane Sandy.

Chris Dods, President & CEO states, "The impact to our people, our company, and our community from the recent storm has created unprecedented devastation. The Clean Earth team has been able to rebuild from the high winds and flooding and is now fully prepared to help our community rebuild by keeping our doors open 24 hours and using our unique solution sets to recycle as much of this debris as possible."

Clean Earth can also provide turnkey transportation to our facilities and other destinations as required. Customers will have the ability to move more waste, faster, using our direct rail service at Clean Earth of North Jersey in Kearny, New Jersey.

Clean Earth processes approximately 3MM tons of contaminated soil annually, recycling 98% of the material processed. As a leader in the industry, Clean Earth has the experience and capabilities to provide efficient, effective waste disposal and transportation services for Hurricane Sandy Cleanups along the East Coast.