As the materials there are exposed to the elements, it’s easy for drywall to get wet. Wet gypsum, the compound that helps make drywall, can emit hydrogen sulfite under the right conditions. This gas not only gives off an offensive rotten egg smell; the gas can be toxic at very high levels. If drywall is incinerated, it can create sulfur dioxide gas, which is also poisonous. Add these drawbacks to the fact that drywall can be recycled into new products, and you have multiple reasons to ensure your drywall goes to a recycler and not into a landfill.
The more complicated thing for a business owner to do is to find out where to take drywall for recycling. It is essential to entrust services to properly recycle them and not simply landfill them. Quest Disposal will always ensure that drywall will end up at the right place to be safely processed. Our collection program can be customized to fit when Albertan business owners need their pickups. We will even provide the bins necessary to hold your drywall waste while waiting for pickup safely.
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Quest maintains a large fleet comprised of roll off trucks, vac trucks, bins, portable toilets, and fencing. We take pride in the maintenance and cleanliness of our equipment, as seen here in our photo gallery:
Summer is here! Call Quest for septic tank and portable toilet cleaning at your construction site, lake lot, or special event.
We're hiring! Quest is on the look-out for experienced roll-off truck drivers/operators and encourage all to apply online.
Golf season is upon us! As part of our community engagement initiatives, we're happy to participate in community golf fundraisers.