Tour of  Veolia North America-Trade Waste Incineration | AIChE

Tour of  Veolia North America-Trade Waste Incineration

Tuesday, May 16, 2023,
5:00pm to 7:00pm
In-Person / Local
7 Mobile Street
Sauget, IL 62201
United States

Tour of  Veolia North America-Trade Waste Incineration

Actual Date to be determined

Details of Tour: 

Arrive at the site between 4:30 and 5:00 pm, and register at the guard house.  Parking will be across the street.

PPE will consist of: no open toed shoes, hard toed shoes are not required. If you have safety glasses

and a hard hat bring them to wear; if not they will be  provided. Long pants are required.

Directions to Veolia:

From the Poplar street bridge go south on Illinois hwy 3.  Go to the 2nd stop light (Monsanto Avenue)

there will be a phillips gas station on your right and a diner across the street from the gas station.

Turn right and go past the OZ nightclub, stay on the road and it goes to the left.  DO NOT GO OVER THE LEVEE. After going left keep going about 1/4 mile and the facility will be  on your right.

Company Details:

The Veolia North America-Trade Waste Incineration (Veolia-TWI) Sauget, Illinois facility is a 35-acre site, of which 25-acres are used for active hazardous waste management. Veolia-TWI is located in Sauget, Illinois, near St. Louis, Missouri. Veolia-TWI operates two fixed hearth, dual chamber, multi-type feed incinerators and one rotary kiln incinerator. Combined, they are capable of totaling 86 million BTU/hr. The facility currently includes 10 container storage units, 2 tank farms, 3 material processing areas and a drum decant area, as well as a complete analytical laboratory performing all analytical testing required by Veolia-TWI's permit. Veolia-TWI's RCRA Part B permit renewal application was submitted in November, 1997 and was issued an application completeness letter in April, 1998. In 1995, Veolia-TWI gained eligibility to accept wastes from CERCLA (Superfund) sites.

RSVP: Call Dave Matoesian at 618 225 9351 or email:  We have a limit of 20 for the tour.  Veolia will be providing food after the Tour.