Can I Take Residential Asbestos Waste to the Dump?

July 26th, 2022 | in Asbestos, Abatement Services
Can I Take Home Asbestos Refuse to the Dump?

The answer to the question depends very much on the City you live in. Homeowners who are removing asbestos have to dispose of it in facilities that are approved and/or licensed to accept it. Never leave asbestos somewhere without alerting the staff first as to the contents. 

It is not a good idea to remove and transport asbestos yourself. It is not a DIY job. The reason why professionals in hazardous materials abatement are required to have all kinds of training and licenses is because the handling of materials like asbestos is extremely dangerous. It is very risky for homeowners to try to remove asbestos themselves. 

What is important to understand here is that hazardous materials abatement is a dangerous activity that should be handled by professionals with training, certification, experience, and proper equipment who also have specific asbestos pollution liability insurance. Hazardous materials abatement is our business, and we are available to help you if you are facing a situation where asbestos needs to be removed. Please do not try to do it yourself. Call professionals and let them handle it in a safe and secure manner. We can be reached in Surrey, BC at: 604-513-1324 or TF at: 1 (888) 296-2499.

Enviro-Vac is one of the oldest privately owned environmental contractors in Canada. They offer full suite of services in hazardous materials abatement and decontamination including shrink- wrap containments and are available to work both small and large-scale projects across Canada. The head office is based in Surrey, BC. 

If you have any questions about this article or would like to talk to us about hazardous materials abatement, decontamination or shrink-wrap solutions, please call us on our toll-free number, (888) 296-2499.

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