Asbestos Removal for industrial, commercial and residential clients in and around Welland and Southern Ontario.
Asbestos was commonly used in boiler and boiler pipe insulating materials prior to 1980.
We provide Welland boiler asbestos removal and Welland boiler pipe asbestos removal for all residential, commercial & industrial buildings. We are certified to remove all types of asbestos from your building or home.
This asbestos must be safely removed and disposed by a qualified and certified Welland 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 Welland.
WELLAND RESIDENTS - DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REMOVE ASBESTOS YOURSELF!
• Working on materials that contain asbestos may release the fibers into the air.
• Being exposed to small amounts over time can still have adverse health affects.
• Asbestos must be properly removed by a qualified professional in order to avoid or minimize the release of asbestos fibers into the air.
• Asbestos must be properly disposed.
Here are a few reasons why Eco Metal Recycling Inc is the best asbestos removal company to use for Asbestos Removals in Welland
Building materials that may contain asbestos include insulation, boiler insulation, boiler pipe insulation, floor tiles, door gaskets, siding, cement roofing and shingles. While many of these products contain asbestos fibers, there is little threat of asbestos overexposure unless the material is cut, torn or damaged.
Asbestos is a natural silicate mineral comprised of varying concentrations of tremolite, actinolite, anthophyllite, chrysotile, amosite and crocidolite. These minerals, though they occur in nature, can cause serious illnesses in people who are exposed to high amounts. Asbestos is most commonly found in the fibres of older construction materials, and asbestos removal is required in any building displaying high levels of these minerals. Asbestos is considered a form of hazardous waste.
Asbestos fibres are no longer used in any products or building materials; however, if your home or place of business was erected or updated prior to 1980 then there is a possibility that some of the building materials may contain asbestos.