Intro to IWT

International Waste Transport was founded in 1991 by Peter Daly and Betty O’Connor with the initial purpose to supply liners to transportation companies hauling waste and contaminated soils.  Upon that foundation grew the Cargo-Guard division, our private label product line with the vision to “Protect the Environment.”

Since that time, the IWT/Cargo-Guard family has grown. We have expanded our sales staff in order to quickly and effectively service our customers. With the knowledge we have gained over the years, we have developed our product lines to reflect the job site needs of our client base in the environmental, marine, energy, industrial, transportation, highway construction and development industries.

CURRENT NEWS

IWT/Cargo-Guard Supplies Gabions to the New York Police Academy Construction Project

IWT recently supplied Brickens Construction, Inc. with custom gabion baskets for a gabion wall installation at the New York Police Academy construction site in College Point, Queens, New York.  The project included restoration of an on-site drainage ditch which required the use of stepped gabion baskets to create a unique retaining wall. The project site proved… More >>

IWT/Cargo-Guard Provides Geosynthetics to Garden State Parkway Widening Project

IWT recently completed the supply of multiple geosynthetics on the widening of Interchange 48-63 of the Garden State Parkway in New Jersey, one of the busiest highways in the nation.  The sensitive wetland area between mileposts 47.7 and 51.3 required slope stabilization along the shoulder as well as roadway sub-grade stabilization. After working closely with… More >>

IWT/Cargo-Guard Announces a New Gas Resistant Geomembrane Liner

IWT Cargo-Guard recently worked with Ferreira Construction/ Crisdel Group Inc Joint Venture on the New Jersey Turnpike Interchange 6 to 9 Widening Program for Contract 6.  They had a section of the project that required a gas resistant geomembrane liner to wrap EPS Geofoam blocks which were being used as an alternative for soil backfill. … More >>