Hazardous and Non-hazardous
Waste Removal, Transportation and Disposal

Ace is the economical choice for businesses to be able to select a provider who is trusted and reliable. We service the Baltimore-Washington Metro area with over 30 years of experience in providing a wide range of customers with multiple removal, transportation and disposal services for many waste types.

We maintain in-house services to packaged and transport in accordance with strict procedures and guidelines. Our combination of specialized personnel, processes, and equipment is designed to safely transport and dispose of virtually any waste type, in any quantity. Ace takes pride in its ability to provide the best services available waste disposal. Our technical personnel include chemists, engineers, environmental scientists and technicians who conduct routine and specialized services. Our chemist possesses numerous years of related experience and is an expert in the classification of hazardous waste according to DOT and EPA regulations including lab packs.

Ace's fleet of specialized and permitted trucks assist customers in handling any waste disposal need. Our range of truck sizes and configurations allows for compliant, efficient, and safe transport and disposal of any quantity of hazardous or non-hazardous waste. Every vehicle in the fleet is properly permitted and maintained to meet all regulatory requirements regarding hazardous and non-hazardous waste disposal and transportation.

Ace maintains an on-site disposal facility located in the Baltimore-Washington Metro area (for non-hazardous liquid/solid waste) to ensure that every customer's waste material is disposed of in the most efficient, compliant way possible. Our facility is permitted by the Maryland Department of the Environment and is subject to regular reviews, inspections, and audits conducted by internal experts and external regulatory agencies. Inspections and audits ensure that our facility is fully compliant with all laws, regulations, and internal standards.

The Baltimore Museum of Industry has begun a $500,000 restoration of its World War II-era shipyard crane.

BALTIMORESUN.COM | The Baltimore Sun

Cleaning inside a World War II-era crane in Baltimore

Photos from inside the cab of a 1942 crane on the grounds of the Baltimore Museum of Industry. Photos show the cleaning process inside the crane, which had become home to birds over the years. Read more about the project.
(Courtesy of Butch Cummings with Ace Environmental)

Hazardous and Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal
  • Transportation and Disposal of Non-Hazardous Bulk Waste
  • Transportation and Disposal of Non-Hazardous Drums
  • Transportation and Disposal of Hazardous Bulk Waste
  • Transportation and Disposal of Hazardous Drums
  • Identify / Inventory Unknown Waste
  • Provide Lab Pack Services
  • Profile, Label and Manifest Waste
  • Consolidate Waste Streams on Site