Return Logistics International Corporation
receives new waste permit for bulk liquid and powder disposal
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (GDNR)
issued a new Solid Waste Handling permit to the Return Logistics
International Corporation (RLI) Central Returns and Waste Processing
Center in Savannah which will make it easier for companies to dispose
of non-hazardous bulk liquids and powders.
“Our new permit enables RLI to provide manufacturing
plants, manufacturers’ distribution centers, chain store distribution
centers, third-party logistics providers, and other generators of
non-hazardous bulk liquid and powders with an outlet that can blend
materials that do not meet state requirements for disposal as a
solid waste and need to be solidified, as well as those that prefer
to recycle their liquid and powder waste into energy,” said
RLI president and CEO Brian Stenz.
The permit expands the number of waste streams
that RLI’s Savannah Central Returns and Waste Processing Center
The center, which recently completed a $1.5 million
expansion that enlarged the facility to 32,000 square feet, celebrates
its 10th year for processing pharmaceutical and personal care manufacturers’
returns and wastes.