Hazardous waste and other such hazardous materials are, of course, hugely important here in the United States. In fact, as many as three billions tons of various hazardous materials are transported and shipped throughout the country over the course of just one year, making up more than one third of the billions of tons of freight that are shipped across the country in this one country alone on an annual basis, more than 11 billion tons of it. Thanks to the trucking industry, the transport of hazardous waste is easier now than it has ever been before. After all, trucking shipments make up the transport of very nearly 95% of all hazardous wastes and hazardous materials.
And with so much hazardous waste passing through our country, the need for hazardous waste management professionals is growing by the year. In fact, EPA hazardous waste training courses have been made more accessible than ever before in recent years. After completing such an EPA hazardous waste training course, many
The season of Bobcats and excavators is winding down in many parts of the country. As cold temperatures arrive and there are fewer and fewer construction projects are started in the coldest states in the nation, there are many businesses that are looking at performing important repairs on travel motors, excavator drive motors, and other important pieces of machinery.
Did you know, for instance, that many of the machines that we rely on for construction projects are only successful because of the power of the motors that are used. From the highest quality excavator drive motors produced by Caterpillar, Komatsu, and John Deere, to the smaller motors that are used on smaller machines, routine maintenance plays an important role. In fact, the top of the line engines, as well as their less expensive counterparts rely on mechanics who know what problems to look for and what maintena