What makes the Holloway Landfill a superior option for disposal of your biosolids?
Holloway’s approved landfill area is one of a few strategic properties located in an area of unique geologic and hydro geologic conditions that are conducive to waste discharge, and is already permitted for biosolids, shredded automobile waste, and spent sandblasting media.
Site characterization drilling, sampling and testing for each pit encountered clay and clay-rich silt soil profiles from 60 to 125 feet thick below the pit floors. Additional well or core drilling information from within the area indicates a potential thickness of this same soil profile for better than 350 feet below ground level.
Holloway uses class A & B biosolids as daily cover for disposed fly ash and lime cake. This process helps to neutralize bacteria in the biosolids, reduce liquid content and stabilize the fly ash for disposal by binding the two waste streams together and eliminating the product from becoming an airborne hazard.
Holloway has core deposits that project decades of additional active gypsum mining. Reclaiming mines for waste needs is as ecologically responsible solution which helps to avoid the need to construct new waste disposal facilities.
Holloway’s biosolid waste disposal work is designed to protect the environment from contaminants which may be present in the biosolid waste stream. Our mission is to provide compliant landfill plans that contain safe, clean and environmentally conscious safeguards.