Enviro-Vac - Decontamination & Hazardous Materials Abatement Services - Canada Wide & South America
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Enviro-Vac takes great pride in being industry leaders and are dedicated to providing a variety of innovative hazardous materials abatement & decontamination solutions to clients throughout Canada. Our turn-key, hazardous materials abatement methods and procedures are designed to meet and exceed ever increasing, stringent environmental regulations for hazardous materials abatement without sacrificing safety or quality of work. Our core capabilities and services help us respond effectively to asbestos, lead, mercury, PCB or heavy metals & NORM's dust contamination in industrial plants, ships, refineries, pulp & paper mills, mines, military complexes and other facilities.
Our decontamination teams draw on proprietary equipment & techniques often under the the most demanding conditions to ensure full compliance with regulatory requirements to ensure the decontamination and safe disposal of each particular contaminant or regulated waste stream.
If you are in the preliminary stages of planning a decommissioning project call us to discuss how we can help. We recognize the value in early project participation and are available to assist our valued clients in developing comprehensive decontamination strategies, programs and budgets. Our 30-years of broad-based decontamination experience can offer valuable insight and can often recognize potential for unidentified risk as well as provide a rigorous but practical decontamination approach that will provide the highest guarantee of success for each project.
Enviro-Vac is a leading provider of innovative and cost-effective decontamination & hazardous materials abatement solutions necessary prior to decommissioning or dismantlement.
Arsenic Trioxide Dust: Arsenic dust is a deadly, poisonous dust often found as a by-product of gold mining. Enviro-Vac has extensive experience at cleaning up this deadly material from working at one of the most polluted places in Canada's sub-arctic.
Mercury Contamination: Mercury is a hazardous substance and can cause serious physical affects. We specialize in mercury contamination clean up.
PCB Contamination: Often found in schools, PCBs are commonly found in paint coatings, caulk and oils. We can help with PCB removal and clean up services.
Industrial Vacuum Services: The capabilities of our personnel, our certificates of approval, and our long-term focus on innovation has driven our reputation for delivering cost effective and flexible environmental contracting services and abatement of hazardous materials, and from the early beginning, our expertise in industrial vacuum services.
Shrink-Wrap Containments: Our state-of-the-art, specially formulated, fire rated, high strength polyethylene film that shrinks when heat is applied is an environmentally friendly method of containing hazardous materials and creating air-tight enclosures. Shrink-Wrap containments under negative pressure will keep air-borne contaminates IN and the rain and snow OUT.
Decontamination Trailers: Enviro-Vac provides decontamination trailers up to 53’ in length that include water filtration and HEPA filtered negative air pressure for decontamination rooms consisting at a minimum of dirty room, shower room and clean room.
Mould Remediation: Enviro-Vac carries comprehensive liability insurance that DOES NOT have exclusions for mould and INCLUDES environmental liability coverage for pollution.
Special Waste Transport: We provide fully insured, bonded & licensed, industry leading service for the management, transportation and disposal of special waste including asbestos and lead waste. We are committed to the highest level of operational safety, quality and regulatory compliance standards helping our clients reduce their risk profile - which is vital when selecting an abatement & decontamination contractor.
We have a 30-year proven track record in proper hazardous materials abatement techniques, while keeping our workers safe with exceptionally low experience modification / incident rates to back up our work and our commitment to Health & Safety.
We are able to mobilize our trained and certified hazardous materials abatement personnel 24-hours a day, 7-days a week to anywhere in Canada including Canada's sub-arctic.