We offer additional services to assist our clients with all aspects of the waste management process, including:
- On Site Services
- Waste Storage
- Waste Processing
Our friendly team will come to your facility and work with your staff to identify, package and label materials destined for Raw Materials Company. RMC can provide information and documentation for the safe handling and transport of all wastes destined for our facility.
On Site Services
We can come to your location and prepare all of your products for shipping to our facility. This includes but is not limited to identifying, sorting, wrapping, stacking, labelling, and loading onto skids all of your products destined for our facility.
We can also provide you with all materials required for shipping. This can include skids, packaging materials, documentation, labels and placards.
We can arrange transportation for all waste materials from your facility to Raw Materials Company.
RMC will assess, quote, and manage materials in your designated waste storage area and we can provide this service every 90 days (in applicable areas) to keep your facility in compliance with Ontario waste regulations.
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Does your office or workplace require any of these additional waste management services?
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Raw Materials Company Inc.
17 Invertose Drive
Port Colborne, ON L3K 5V5
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