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ResourceMFG | Manufacturing Workforce Specialists

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ResourceMFG is seeking an Environmental/Chemical Waste Technician for a manufacturing company in Mead

Direct Hire Opportunity


Sunday – Thursday or Tuesday – Saturday. 8am-5pm

 The Environmental/Chemical Waste Technician handles hazardous waste and completes procedures for waste characterization, processing and disposal, and ensure all operations comply with regulatory requirements. The position encompasses a variety of duties. In addition to handling waste materials, as an Environmental technician you may perform warehouse, maintenance, and cleanup activities needed to facilitate general operations and regulatory compliance.

• Transfers waste water, waste solvents, and other wastes between tanks, drums, and shipping containers using pumps, pressure and other equipment

• Labels hazardous waste containers as appropriate to maintain compliance with labeling regulations and times

• Learns/knows plant processes sufficiently to effectively characterize and manage process wastes • Maintains the hazardous waste accumulation area(s) in a clean and orderly condition

• Performs yard and building cleanup as needed

• Performs shipping and receiving activities as needed

• Assists Manager, Environmental in record keeping and hazardous waste management

• Assists in preparation of required reports for EPA and CDPHE

• Uses company databases to create and maintain waste records and documents 

• Handles drums, buckets, and other containers of hazardous and non-hazardous materials as products or waste

• Combines partial drums to ensure all waste drums 90% full for shipping

• Physically handles (scoops, shovels, buckets) wastes as needed

• Repackages wastes for shipment to drum disposal facilities

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Job Requirements

Environmental/Chemical Waste Technician Job Requirements:

High school diploma or general education degree (GED)

  • At least six months of Chemical Operator-related experience and/or training
  • Experience with proper handling of hazardous materials/waste
  • Experience keeping computerized records and databases updated per company or legal requirements
  • Basic computer experience (Word, Excel, Outlook)
  • Experience working within the regulatory requirements of RCRA and DOT or other regulated environment
  • Forklift experience a plus (Certification preferred)


This position includes the opportunity to enroll in Medical, Dental, Vision, Term Life, and Short-Term Disability benefits, as well as a Retirement Plan. All Colorado Associates are also entitled to accrue and use paid sick and safe leave. 

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