Hazardous Waste Services
In Canada, Asbestos can be found everywhere. During the 20th century, asbestos was used in in a wide range of household products and building materials, from fire-retardant coatings, to concrete and cement, bricks, insulation, drywall, pipes, gaskets, flooring, roofing, joints, paints and sealants. It also used in the manufacture of electrical appliances, plastics, rubber, and other products formulated to make mattresses, flower pots, lawn furniture, hats, gloves and much more. While regulation limited its use, products and building materials linger in older homes. Drywall from as recently as the 90’s may still contain asbestos in its formulation.
Recycle It Canada is fully licensed with the Ministry of Environment to transport Hazardous Waste. We work with our clients to save them time, money, and liabilities associated with transporting and disposing of asbestos waste.