Facility Relocation, Part 2: Chemical Lab Move & Disposal

Originally presented on April 12, 2022

With all the logistics of your lab move in place, the next step is the physical handling and relocation of your chemical inventory. Not all material may be desired at your new location; some of those items will need to be compliantly disposed of. When it comes to the safe and successful movement or disposal of hazardous materials, organizations must comply with several regulatory agencies including the DOT and EPA, as well as others. Triumvirate’s employees are experts in both fields and are prepared to take you through every step of the process!

During Part 2: Chemical Lab Move & Disposal you will:
  • Identify inherently waste-like items and understand when to dispose of unwanted material
  • Understand the cost vs risk of moving or disposing of hazardous materials
  • Develop efficient strategies for packing and relocating your chemical inventory
  • Learn from real-world lab pack projects
  • And more!
Following Part 2, we will discuss the Facility Decommissioning & Closure and EHS Planning and Permitting phases of a science operation relocation project.

About the Speakers:

ColtonColton Hall has worked at Triumvirate for 6 years since graduating from Bowdoin College with degrees in Environmental Studies and Earth and Oceanographic Sciences. He started his career as an Environmental Specialist focusing primarily on largescale disposal and relocation projects across Triumvirate’s wide array of clients. Colton is now the Lab Services Manager for Triumvirate’s Astoria, New York branch and works on marketing, coordinating, and ensuring the success of large lab packs, lab moves, high hazard work and other specialized projects across the region.


MorganMorgan MacDonald is the Onsite Support Services Manager in Astoria, New York. She has been with Triumvirate Environmental for 5 years, and has extensive experience managing onsite hazardous material and waste programs at some of the largest healthcare and higher educational facilities in New York City. She has worked on numerous lab relocation projects for clients across the region.

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