Asbestos Abatement

Asbestos Abatement involves the removal, repair and encapsulation of materials or products in a structure to eliminate the risk of exposure to toxic asbestos fibres. If a home or building is being renovated or demolished and is asbestos-containing, small asbestos fibres can be released into the air exposing you and those around you putting your health at risk if the proper safe work procedures are not strictly adhered to. TCL’s highly trained and skilled technicians offer abatement and decontamination services for Commercial, Industrial and Residential Buildings including: 


Mould Remediation


Mould growth will occur in walls, wood or other home materials exposed to water damage. TCL Environmental’s technicians are trained to prepare and contain the affected areas, remove damaged materials and treat the structure with anti-microbial agents to eliminate the mould growth at the source to prevent further spreading. 

Lead Paint Abatement

Older homes in Canada may have lead-based paint on walls. Removing, repairing or disturbing this paint can cause serious health risks. TCL ensures the removal of all lead-based paint following all safety protocols to protect those continuing to inhabit the surrounding area without further exposure.


Interior Demolition:

Interior Demolition

Dismantling or interior strip-out involves removing only selected parts of a building or structure rather than demolishing the entire structure. Usually, selective demo occurs in facilities or buildings maintaining active operations. TCL Environmental carefully analyzes each project to ensure maximum safety and minimum disruption to the surrounding areas. 



Abrasive blasting, more commonly known as sandblasting, is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface or remove surface contaminants. A pressurised fluid, typically compressed air, or a centrifugal wheel is used to propel the blasting material (often called the media).