Midwest Service Group was using “Green” Demolition Techniques long before the word “Green” became popular. It was just part of being responsible for the job we were asked to do and the drive to create as little environmental impact as possible.
Our demolition process begins before the project starts. We conduct a site specific survey so that we can develop a plan for the particular job we have been asked to perform. Each job has its own set of variables therefore we think it is well worth the effort to identify and address all of the environmental, safety & social elements that comprise a job so that we can have the safest and most efficient demolition job possible.
A typical demolition process at Midwest Service Group is comprised of several steps. The first step is to implement safety and environmental controls. This is what keeps our workers, the public and the environment safe. Secondly we abate all the environmental hazards. Once that has been safely completed, the items that can safely be re-used or recycled are set aside for that purpose. The next step is to remove all the debris that cannot be salvaged or safely reused in a separate area. The building or structure is then dismantled again using a plan to segregate all the different types of materials. Once the materials have been segregated, they are processed and sent to the appropriate refuse/ recycling and hazardous waste destinations.
So you can see demolition at Midwest Service Group is a carefully thought out and responsibly planned process. It’s definitely not a “smash & go” operation with a huge mess and one big pile of debris. At Midwest Service Group your demolition project is controlled and calculated every step of the way to make assure the health and safety of our workers, the public and the environment.