Leave Demolition to the Waste Management Experts
When you have a demolition project, it can be tempting to try and complete it yourself. How hard could it be, right? But while demolition appears simple on the surface, there’s more to safely removing a building (or part of one) than meets the eye.
Keep reading for the five biggest reasons you should enlist the help of waste management experts for your next demolition project.
1. Reduce your demolition costs
Experts know exactly which materials can be recycled and which ones can’t — a skill that can help you reduce your demolition costs. By separating the recyclables from the waste, you can earn cash on a range of items. Demolition experts will even sort your waste materials on site so you can save on transportation and processing costs.
2. Increase the volume of recyclables on hand
Demolition experts have specialized equipment, like concrete pulverizers and steel shears, that can help you increase the volume of recyclable materials generated by your demolition project. When working on site, concrete can be pulverized to separate it from waste material, enabling its easy transport to our Windsor recycling facility.
3. Reduce your carbon imprint
Cost savings aren’t the only reason you should trust a demolition expert to get the job done — you’ll also drastically reduce your carbon imprint. By properly sorting and recycling as many waste materials as you can, you’ll be able to salvage reusable raw materials that may have otherwise ended up in the local landfill.
4. Abatement services
Demolition experts are trained in the handling of dangerous goods, including mould and asbestos removal and abatement services. If your demolition uncovers more than you bargained for, don’t put the health of your crew at risk. Instead, trust a specialist who knows how to recognize and handle dangerous materials and arrange for their safe disposal. You can also count on our demolition experts for environmental site remediation services.
5. LEED certification obligations are taken care of
Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification ensures that your demolition project, and any new construction projects that follow, meet the national standards for environmental sustainability and green building. Obtaining LEED certification indicates you have met the requirements for reducing waste, conserving energy and water, and creating a healthy indoor environment. When you work with the demolition experts from Windsor Disposal Services, our dedicated staff will ensure that your LEED certification obligations are fulfilled.
For demolition services in the Windsor, visit WDS without delay. We’ve proudly served Windsor and the surrounding areas for more than 30 years. Contact us today to learn more about our waste management services.