HCR Insights

HCR Reaches 1,000 Days Injury Free

February 27, 2017 | HCR Communications Topics: Health & Safety

HCR is proud to announce that as of February 27, 2017, we reached a huge milestone of 1,000 days without any worksite injuries. This accomplishment reflects HCR’s commitment to health and safety while demonstrating our ability to maintain a culture of accountability. Read More

HCR Attends 2017 UCF COBA Hall of Fame Event

February 24, 2017 | HCR Communications Topics: News

HCR executive team members attended the 18th annual UCF COBA Hall of Fame induction Read More

How Wastewater Must be Treated Before Being Released

February 14, 2017 | Mike Rumen Topics: Groundwater Remediation, Field Work, Groundwater Contamination, Environmental Cleanup

In today's world, there are many different industries that rely on processes that produce large volumes of wastewater containing organic compounds that can be harmful to the environment. Before the wastewater can be discharged into a body of water or sent to a treatment facility for further ... Read More

Commercial Vehicle Safety Inspection Guidance

December 8, 2016 | Augustine Ogbonnaya Topics: Health & Safety

All commercial vehicles that weigh more than 10,000 pounds must undergo inspection by the Department of Transportation at least once a year to ensure that all parts and accessories are in good condition, working properly and are safe to use. Read More

How Do I Choose The Best Option for Sludge Dewatering?

November 18, 2016 | Jim Caccese Topics: Dewatering

HCR’s comprehensive suite of sludge dewatering technologies allows us to reduce volumes of liquid /solid mixtures by up to 80% resulting in reduced transportation and disposal costs, along with compliance with the regulatory requirements. Dewatering options HCR provides include High & Low Pressure ... Read More

What to Do During a Weather-Related Watch or Warning

November 15, 2016 | HCR Communications Topics: Health & Safety

At HCR, the health and safety of all our employees are primary concerns. We have several Emergency Response Plans in place, but for this post, we will focus on our plan for hurricanes, strong storms, snow storms, tornadoes and other major storms. This plan follows the recommended action timeline ... Read More

Potential Environmental Concerns to Watch for After a Hurricane

November 10, 2016 | HCR Communications Topics: Storm Safety

Aside from the devastation that the direct effects of a major storm like Hurricane Matthew can have on a region, several indirect effects can occur, as well. For example, pollution and disease can quickly spread if the right precautions and/or remedies aren’t followed. This is why it is important ... Read More

Daylight Savings Safety Tips

November 7, 2016 | HCR Communications Topics: Health & Safety

On November 6, daylight savings time came to an end and we all set our clocks back one hour. While this means we all got an extra hour of sleep that night, it can also take a toll on our health as it disrupts our normal sleep patterns and puts a strain on our bodies. Read More

Is a Geomembrane the Right Choice for My Sludge Dewatering Needs?

October 20, 2016 | Jim Caccese Topics: Dewatering

Sludge dewatering separates sludge into liquid and solid components for waste minimization. There are various technologies for sludge dewatering, including plate & frame and belt filter presses, centrifuging, and geomembranes. In addition to these, there are other options available. Read More

How Can You Avoid These Post-Hurricane Dangers?

October 18, 2016 | Maureen Davis Topics: Health & Safety, Storm Safety

Very few people enter the hospital during a major storm like Hurricane Matthew. After the storm, however, the floodgates tend to open. Many potentially fatal injuries can occur during the after effects of a hurricane. In fact, several deaths were reported in Volusia and Orange Counties as a result ... Read More