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JJP Environmental Ltd. is a Calgary based company that is committed to conducting mould and asbestos testing while employing the safest methods and most cost efficient approaches in the industry today. Since 2008, JJP Environmental has been involved in serving our clients within Alberta and Saskatchewan. Over the last 8 years, JJP Environmental Ltd has provided reliable, dependable, and cost effective solutions to various clients.
JJP Environmental understands the importance of budget and schedule and we work closely with our clients to establish the best approach for each job based on budget, health and safety, regulatory obligations and desired results
Asbestos is a hazardous building material that must be inhaled to cause disease. Intact and undisturbed asbestos presents no direct health hazard but does present a potential exposure hazard should fibers be released and inhaled.
Asbestos can be found in materials such as:
Mould is visually assessed in buildings. Mould growth may typically appear black, brown or green. Stains or speckled areas on walls, ceilings or floors are good indicators for mould. Other key indicators include water condensation inside walls, musty odour within the building and water staining from dripping pipes or water intrusion. Mould and water damage to building materials can be caused by a number of different factors including: Leaky foundations, walls, roofs or windows....
JJP has experienced torch cutting specialists for any type of mechanical boiler dismantling and removal. For many years we have maintained a loyal customer base with many HVAV companies, building owners and contractors to successfully dismantle and remove anything from large boilers to water tanks.
JJP Environmental Ltd. carries $5 million liability insurance. We are also registered with WCB and a clearance letter can be provided upon request. Mould and water damage to building materials can be caused by a number of different factors including: Leaky foundations, walls, roofs or windows....