Below is a list of hazardous materials classification types that we are trained, qualified and experienced to perform. Above and beyond these classifications MayKen Hazmat Solutions Ltd. also is trained in the cleanup or remediation of marijuana grow-ops, the cleanup of meth labs and fentanyl labs and homes that have been deemed unsafe due to hoarding.
Hazardous Materials Classification 3
- Flammable liquids and Combustible liquids (Fuel, Methanol, Solvents etc)
This is most commonly found at work site or accident sites.
Hazardous Materials Classification 4
- Flammable solids (Spills/Contamination)
- Spontaneously combustible materials; and
- Dangerous when wet materials
- Water-reactive substances
Again, these types of cleanups tend to involve worksite related spills and or accident scenes that require cleaning.
Hazardous Materials Classification 5
- Oxidizing substances and Organic peroxides (Fertilizers)
You’ll find these types of sites that require cleaning tend to be industrial or farming locations.
Hazardous Materials Classification 6
- Toxic Substances and infectious substances (Crime and Trauma)
These cleanups involve everything from crime and/or trauma and health related cleanups.
Hazardous Materials Classification 8
- Corrosive substances
Typically found in industrial cleanup situations.
Hazardous Materials Classification 9
- Miscellaneous hazardous materials/Products, Substances or Organisms
This is a broad ranging classification and involves everything from industrial cleanup to cleanup of scientific or experimental operations.
While these classifications cover the various industry standards and designations, Mayken Hazmat Solutions Ltd can provide cleanup solutions for just about any type of cleanup that may require specialized equipment or protective gear for the cleanup crew.
Our specialized breathing gear, hazardous material suits and outer wear protect us from dangerous odours, chemicals, and other materials and allow us to properly inspect, cleanup and return hazardous situations back to their original condition.
If you encounter a situation with a spill and you have a concern that it may be hazardous materials, contact us and we can help determine the classification and how we can assist you.