MTG Excavating has extensive experience in the commercial demolition industry. We have over 25 years in the business and have earned a reputation as efficient, detail oriented contractors. For cost-effective building demo, call the pros at MTG.
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MBR Wrecking is a highly qualified, extensively trained, fully licensed and insured demolition contractor. We guarantee to safely oversee any size commercial demolition project you may have. Our team works closely with clients to exceed expectations.
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Green Iron is one of Chicagoland's leading commercial demolition companies. Whether it’s a gas station, a retail structure, restaurant, or large apartment complex, we know how to wreck and remove the structure safely and efficiently.
Since 1902, Opperman Construction Company has combined centuries of knowledge and experience with consistent innovation to become the demolition company of choice throughout Pontiac, IL. We offer many services, including commercial demolition.
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What are commercial demolition requirements?
The Clean Air Act requires that the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) regulations be followed during the demolition or renovation of a commercial building.
These regulations include:
- The building owner/operator must notify the necessary state department(s) before any building that could possibly contain asbestos is demolished.
- Particular operations are prohibited from releasing visible emissions into the air.
- Proper air cleaning and hazardous waste removal procedures must be followed.
Under the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act, any contractor, worker, inspector, or otherwise that works with asbestos-containing building materials in a commercial building must be accredited by a training program, like the EPA Model Accreditation Plan (MAP).
Your state and local agencies may require more stringent standards than those required by the federal government, so be sure to determine your city and state's demolition and asbestos requirements.
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