Scorpex, Inc. (SPRX) Gets Green Light from Mexican Environmental Authority, Clearing Regulatory Hurdles
Scorpex wants one thing. And getting that “thing” takes some dirty work, so to speak. Scorpex’s goal is to own and operate a full-service waste disposal and recycling company in Mexico, and it intends to do so with adequate facilities and resources to dispose of all waste, including that of industrial, toxic and hazardous matter.
Establishing this operation takes more than sending a loaded dump truck into the Mexican desert. Mexico has stringent requirements on waste disposal, enforced by a division of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources, the Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA).
PROFEPA recently inspected Scorpex’s industrial waste facility outside Ensenada, Mexico, to ensure its compliance with environmental-related legislation, ultimately giving the company the go-ahead to obtain permits necessary for the company to operate its industrial waste facility.
“Over the past several years, Scorpex has overcome numerous hurdles in order to meet the stringent requirements of Mexico. This most recent approval gives the company a positive recommendation and the assurance that it has complied with and passed all required testing and studies as well as the requirements for the planned and presently completed property infrastructure, build outs and improvements,” Joseph Caywood, CEO of Scorpex stated in the press release.
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