On July 8, 2009 the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection granted DRC a permit modification to its existing operating license. DRC now accepts MSW (Municipal Solid Waste). The modification allows the facility to receive 500 tons of MSW and 1000 tons of C&D (Construction and Demolition) material daily. This is great news for their customers. For those customers who presently haul both waste streams they no longer need to be concerned with routing different materials to different locations.
DRC can handle it all. This simple convenience can save their customers big dollars on payroll, wear and tear on their hauling fleet not to mention diesel. DRC consolidate the loads. Customers can stop trucking MSW farther than they need to. Bringing the material to DRC will allow haulers to bid municipal contracts more competitively while not reducing profit margins. There are many advantages of the new permit.
Here are a few highlights that make DRC stand out from its competitors.