On demolition and construction sites, metal scrap accumulates quickly. Waste is a heterogeneous collection of wood, paper, concrete, metal, and glass that has been painted, insulated, and covered in dirt. Many of the materials in this garbage can be recycled and reused. We devote our efforts to the recycling of metal scrap, so improving Mother Nature’s living conditions.
Iron, copper, steel, and aluminium are just a handful of the metals that can be recycled and reused. Furthermore, sorting these components and selling them to a scrapyard for recycling aids in waste reduction.
Safety Tips and Measures for Any Demolition Job
We take all required safety precautions for our staff while working on the demolition project. Please read the following points in depth to learn more.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
For the personnel involved in the demolition job, we use five PPE kits. Hard Hat, High-Visibility Jacket or Vest, Protective Gloves, Steel-Toe, and Safety Glasses are all included. Depending on the job, our employees wear all of the necessary safety equipment to minimize the danger of injury.
Use a PPE kit that complies with HSE rules and includes specialist PPE such as face and welding masks, jumpsuits, and much more.
Comprehensive training to all of the personnel in order to limit the danger of accident. Throughout the demolition process, you have to make sure that every person is aware of which equipment to utilize. Personnel have a thorough understanding of how to correctly operate each piece of equipment.
Employees With Years of Experience and Training
Only engage trained and experienced demolition workers who are capable of handling hazardous and explosive products. To regulate explosives, hire staff that are qualified, competent, experienced, and matured.
We can prevent mishaps on the demolition sites by actually training the staff.
When the demolition is over, make sure that all of our staff have the tools they need to clean up the mess. Gloves, masks, and work boots are some of the most important pieces of equipment. These may change according to the type demolition as well. A specialised metal demolition job might need some extra equipment as well.
Benefits of Demolition
A cloud of rubble dust rises into the air after the structure is demolished. People witness a lot of dust and rubble billowing through the air after a structure is demolished. However, we believe that recovering construction and demolition materials offers more advantages than disadvantages.
Here are some advantages of dismantling ancient structures that you should be aware of. Take a look at the following points:
The 2 environmental benefits are the decrease of greenhouse emissions and the preservation of landfill space.
As per the research, mixed builds and demolition materials save about 4,000 acres each year. Because scrap metals are repurposed into new materials, demolition reclamation can help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. We recycle materials that are utilized as fuel sources, which eliminates the need to burn fossil fuels.
Whenever it comes to energy conservation, we may save up to 500 trillion BTUs, which is equivalent to 85 million barrels of oil. We prevent damaging the environment by avoiding the extraction and processing of raw materials through various recycling method.