We’ve worked closely with the City of Ottawa on a number of recent projects, such as the West End pumping stations, Alta Vista culvert replacement, and the John Asselford Weir removal.
Contaminated materials removal is a critical part of any facility’s clean-up efforts. Contaminated materials can include anything that has been exposed to a contaminated source, including soil, metals, concrete and wood.
Material contamination can occur in both indoor and outdoor environments. Contaminated indoor areas may be caused by spills or leaks from equipment or other building components.
Contaminated outdoor areas can be the result of spills or leaks from equipment or equipment trailers. In addition to removing contaminated materials, proper cleanup procedures are necessary to prevent the spread of contamination to other areas of the facility.
Indoor buildings In order to properly remove contaminated indoor materials, employees should wear appropriate protective equipment and follow all safety precautions. Waste should be properly stored in containers that are designated for this purpose.
Any tools used for cleaning should be washed properly before reuse. Designated disposal areas should also be cleaned and decontaminated prior to reuse.
Once all contaminated materials have been removed, the area should be disinfected with a chemical sanitizer before being opened back up to employees. Outdoor facilities Outdoor facilities often contain significant amounts of soil, metal and wood that can become contaminated during the course of normal work activities.
Removing these contaminants is critical to preventing future contamination and ensuring that the site’s environment is safe for employees and visitors. Removal methods include digging trenches, using vacuum