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 team in order to provide you with outstanding service and the most current products on the market. The knowledge we have gained over the years has enabled us to develop 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 Supplies Bi-Axial Geogrid & High Strength Geotextile for Lagoon Sludge Stabilization Project

IWT/Cargo-Guard supplied Frontier Services with bi-axial geogrid and geotextiles for a design build project.  The project required the stabilization of lagoon sludge deposits before the site was considered complete.  The consistency of the sludge was gelatinous and capable of consuming equipment if driven over.  The plan was to stabilize the sludge with geosynthetics to enable… More >>

IWT Supplies Fish Exclusion Barriers for River Capping Project

IWT and Spilldam Environmental continue their tradition of innovative designs for specialty containment and turbidity curtains for the marine industry by supplying the fish exclusion barriers to the J. F. Brennan Company for a Connecticut River capping project.  The purpose of a fish exclusion barrier is to protect resident, transient fish and marine life from… More >>

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 >>