Contractors Announces Expansion To The United States and Tobago in the
Restoration Environmental Contractors specialize in the removal and
management of Asbestos, Lead,
Lead Paint and Lead Dust, PCB's Mould and Fungus, UFFI, Infection
Control in Hospitals, Hazardous Materials, HEPA cleaning, Heavy Metal Decontamination,
Dust Contamination, Chemicals, Perchloric Acid,
Nuclear Waste, Soil Remediation, and Removal of Underground
Storage Tanks: Gasoline and MTBE (Methyl Tertiary-Butyl Ether Decontamination),
removal of Bird, Bat and Animal Feces. We are the Experts in Environmental Decontamination
of Commercial Buildings, Institutional, Department of Defense, Industrial and
Manufacturing Plants for the Computer, Pharmaceutical,
Food, Automotive and Steel Industry.
Environmental Contractors Ltd. with offices in Markham
and Brantford, Ontario, Canada is proud to announce it is expanding to the United States
and the Caribbean in the Year 2000. The new offices will be opening in Tierra Verde
(Tampa-St.Petersburg) Florida and later this year in Trinidad and Tobago in the Caribbean.
provide Turn-Key Environmental Solutions from the initial Site Audits and Assessment to
the Environmental Remediation and Demolition to the Design Build of your new facility. Our
affiliated company, Abcott Construction Limited was
established in 1972, is a high-quality Design Build Contractor. Abcott is a Butler
Buildings Dealer of Pre-engineered Steel Buildings..
The Torbo Wet Abrasive System is the best new environmental
technology for safe, cost effective removal of Lead Paint, Asbestos and Hazardous
Materials Coatings and is currently being used to remove lead paint at the $130 milion
development of The Villages of Sally Creek Retirement
Development in Stoney Creek. The $1.8 million Environmental Remediation project is
currently in progress. Contaminants being removed are Lead Paint, Asbestos, PCB's and
Mr. Don Bremner, the Vice President of Operations was
a guest speaker at the United Nations Secretariat of the Basel Convention sponsered Caribbean Asbestos Forum in November 1998. The 12
countries represented were Cuba, Belize, Barbados, Bahamas, Dominica, St. Kitts, and
Nevis, Jamaica, Netherlands, Antilles, St.Lucia, St. Vincent, Canada and Great Britain.
1998, Restoration Environmental Contractors was the pre-qualified low bidder on the
Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) Asbestos Removal of the Yonge Street
Subway Line for $7.4 million. An excellent year in 1999, with the completetion of the
$2.2 million Asbestos Removal Project at The Old Crown Life Building
at 120 Bloor St. E. in Toronto and in Ottawa the cleanup of the Largest Lead Abatement
project at a 300,000 sq. ft. Computer Manufacturing Facility.
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