At Eco Metal Recycling Inc., we're committed to helping you understand the dangers of asbestos at your business office or commercial area in Orangeville. We want to work with you to ensure a safe environment no matter how you decide to address the problem of asbestos in your building.
Because Asbestos floor tiles were so effective and durable, it appears virtually everywhere in Southern Ontario. It is still being found in homes, businesses and institutions like schools and hospitals.
Usually, asbestos floor tiles came in a 9’x9’ piece tile, it also came in asbestos sheets or vinyl sheeting.
Asbestos was also commonly used in boiler and boiler pipe insulating materials prior to 1980. We provide Orangeville boiler asbestos removal and Orangeville boiler pipe asbestos removal for all residential buildings. We are certified to remove all types of asbestos from your building, business office or commercial area.
This asbestos must be safely removed and disposed by a qualified and certified Orangeville asbestos removal company. ECO Metal Recycling is certified to provide Type 1 Asbestos Removal, Type 2 Asbestos Removal and Type 3 Asbestos Removal services in Orangeville.
Eco Metal Recycling Inc is a fully complaint company registered and Approved contractor with the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks (MECP). We are approved by the MECP to haul and transport Asbestos to an approved waste facility in Orangeville area.
Eco Metal has our own Environmental Compliance Approval Number 7071-BD9Q4S to hold Asbestos in a secure locked sealed container up to 90 days until we can delivery in bulk to a MECP land fill. We also hold a Environmental Compliance Approval Number 8282-BDYJMF to haul and Transport the Asbestos.
Every job completed in Orangeville will come with a shipping document from our company to you or your address. It is illegal to ship Asbestos on Ontario highways unless you have a compliance number.
We take full responsibility and liability, this is to ensure that you have hired the right company according to the Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks.