Abatement & Remediation
The negative health impacts of asbestos, lead and heavy metals have been well documented. At Volcano Construction Services Ltd, we understand the importance of removing these contaminates. For most individuals and business owners, this can seem like a daunting task to undertake. Our team of specially trained technicians operate at the highest level of safety and efficiency. They are committed to restoring healthy air quality to residential, commercial, industrial and institutional spaces.
Our team of technicians are trained in the safe removal and clean up of heavy metals from various areas such as older boiler systems, paints and the interior of lighthouses that have sustained mercury spills over their lifetime as well as other sources of contamination. From relatively minor removals of peeling lead paint on walls, to removals of lead paint from steel beams and joists where structural additions or repairs are required, to major cleaning of lead dust from former firing ranges, our trained personnel will complete this specialized work in a safe and efficient manner, so you can continue to use your space in a safe and healthy way.
As always, safety is at the forefront of our practices. For this reason, we believe in open communication with our clients to give them knowledge and security throughout the entire process. We will work with a third-party consultant, who will aid in identifying the source of the problem and provide us with pre and post remediation inspections and recommendations.
Volcano Construction Services Ltd. is compliant with all Asbestos Waste Removal Regulations as defined in the Environmental Act. Once removed from the affected property, our team will perform a regulated disposal of the hazardous materials to minimize the environmental impact in accordance with local and federal legislative requirements as required. We operate a temporary asbestos storage facility approved by the Department of Environment, which ensures safe containment and holding prior to bulk transportation of asbestos waste to approved waste disposal facilities. For more information on our policies please view our Waste Management & Environmental Policy pages.