Ensenada, Mexico will be the home of the first Scorpex plant. It is strategically positioned to accommodate the vast region of Baja California and Mexico.
Scorpex has methodically implemented the plan of constructing a state of the art waste facility in Ensenada Mexico, by retaining expert waste engineering consultants.
Scorpex has established a harmonious relationship with all government agencies, ensuring the facility meets all regulatory protocol and guidelines in Mexico.
Scorpex, Inc. is focused on becoming a leader of hazardous and toxic waste disposal in the Baja Mexico/California region where demand for waste management exceeds capacity. To date, the company has constructed a 10,000 square foot storage facility, water reservoir and septic system, sprinkler system, and security fence.
Joseph Caywood is the founder of Scorpex International and has developed the project for several years. His efforts have included overseeing construction, land acquisition, site development, permit applications, governmental relations, and submitting focused studies and reports by experts in this industry. As a result of his efforts, Scorpex will have the only industrial waste processing facility of its kind in Baja Mexico.
The Mexican economy has experienced significant growth in the manufacturing sector over the past several years. This growth has been fueled by the NAFTA treaty and investments from foreign national companies. The growth of both new and existing industries has dramatically increased the need for the disposal of industrial waste throughout Mexico, especially in the Baja California region.
The company’s future expansion plans include constructing other strategically placed, specially designed, storage, recycling and disposal facilities in various locations throughout Mexico. All facilities will be designed specifically for the purpose of processing the nation’s growing industrial waste, including materials that are classified as industrial, toxic, and hazardous.