Demolition and construction debris comes in all shapes, sizes, and materials. Debris removal involves a lot more than just tossing waste material into a dumpster – very often commercial and industrial construction and demolition sites can host a wide range of dangerous and toxic materials, including asbestos, lead paint, mercury-containing electrical equipment, as well as a variety of liquids and chemicals. That’s why it’s so important to hire a professional, experienced, and licensed contractor with the right equipment, processes, and disposal resources to handle whatever your site might contain.
Here are some tips for debris removal and hiring the right debris removal contractor:
Be aware of debris removal and disposal regulations
Virtually any significant debris removal project must comply with any number of regulations and very often a junk removal read more
We’ve been hearing about the dangers of asbestos for many years, but what exactly is asbestos and why is it so dangerous?
Asbestos is a naturally-occurring mineral that contains silicate compounds and oxygen. It’s been in use since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution back in the late 1800’s when it was discovered to have many useful properties, including fire, heat, and corrosion resistance. As a result, it’s been popular for a wide variety of residential, commercial, and industrial applications, including building insulation, vehicle brake linings, roofing, fireproofing, and much more.
Project completed in Fitchburg. Fire damaged building demolished
When you’ve got a big demolition project, there are many reasons to choose an experienced professional crew like Patriots Environmental Corp.
Safety. Demolition, by its very nature, is a dangerous activity. Most building demolition projects, especially commercial projects, require permits and licensing. Many older structures may have become unsafe to even approach, due to internal damage that has developed over time or fire damage , concealed where you cannot see it. This type of damage can mean that the rest of the structure is weakened and read more