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February 25, 2011 - Advanced Environmental Options, Inc. receives a SCDLLR Board of Pharmacy Non-Dispensing Drug Outlet Permit.  This is the first step in becoming a Registered Reverse Distributor.

March 9, 2011 - AEO receives a Certificate of Registration issued pursuant to the SC Controlled Substances Act by the SCDHEC Bureau of Drug Control.  This allows AEO to handle controlled substances Schedule 3-5 and we are the only registered Reverse Distributor in the state!

March 16, 2011 - AEO receives a Controlled Substance Registration Certificate from the US Dept. of Justice Drug Enforcement Administration as a Reverse Distributor.  This allows AEO to segregate, pack, and transport, as well as receive packages through the mail of controlled substances Schedule 3-5 and all non-scheduled drugs for disposal.

July 20, 2010 - Advanced Environmental Options, Inc. has just received our registration with the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) for Waste Tire or Processed Tire Hauling.  This new registration now allows us to transport all of your used or processed tires for recycling or land fill in DHEC permitted facilities. 

August 2010 - AEO receives a North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources Scrap Tire Hauling Certificate.  This broadens our ability to serve the Carolinas and to protect the environment.

AEO encourages all of our customers to recycle!  Recycling your waste tires will not only decrease your enviromental footprint it will supply North and South Carolina material for beneficial reuse.  Some uses for recycled waste/used tires are polymer treatment, crumb rubber production, retreading, shredding, and the manufacture of such products as rubber asphalt, playground equipment, crash barriers, erosion control, floor and track surfacing, oil spill recovery, roofing, and other environmentally safe applications.  South Carolina has been a leader in the use of asphalt rubber for use in highway pavement as well as the use of tire shreds in the construction of drain fields for septic tanks. 

Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September 2016 15:51