Peoria Disposal & Area Companies
PDC Laboratories, Inc. is a full-service, independent laboratory group supporting diverse clients in the industrial, government, engineering/consulting and utility sectors. Our mission is to provide responsive service and quality results in a timely, cost-effective manner. With more than 75 years of combined experience, we have a long history of superior customer service and data quality to meet the highest quality and regulatory standards. We`re accredited in accordance with the National Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program (NELAP). Our modern facilities, sophisticated equipment and highly trained staff ensure security, stability, excellent service and reliable results.
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- Business Type:
- Industry Type:
- Monitoring and Testing - Analytical Services
- Market Focus:
- Regionally (various states or provinces)
- Year Founded:
- $10,000,000 US - $100,000,000 US
PDC and AREA companies are committed to ecological practices that ensure environmental sustainability for future generations.
- Curbside recycling programs offer residents a convenient way to recycle glass, aluminum, and newspaper.
- Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification means PDC and AREA Companies are committed to reducing construction and demolition waste and diverting it from landfills.
- Landfill systems, which include multiple layers of synthetic and clay liners as well as leachate collection and detection systems, ensure groundwater safety.
- A Landfill Gas-to-Energy system at Clinton Landfill, Inc. converts landfill gasses (LFG) into green electrical energy.
- Alternative fuels like biodiesel and Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) keep our trucks running clean while minimizing use of non-renewable resources.
- Wastewater treatment techniques enable PDC and AREA Companies to process up to 100,000 gallons of oily wastewater, restaurant grease, interceptor wastes, machine coolants, and more.
- Transfer stations allow waste to be consolidated onto larger trucks for transport to more distant landfills, thus saving the fuel needed to power multiple smaller trucks.