There are nine hazardous material classifications that are consistent across all government agencies who regulate the transportation of dangerous goods for both national and international levels.
MAYKEN TM is trained, qualified, certified and experienced to perform six classifications listed below.
If you require a services that is not listed below (Classifications 1, 2 and 7), please call us anyways. We have a full source of referrals and connections to help you with any service needed.
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 work site 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
Above and beyond these classifications, MAYKEN is also trained and experienced in the cleanup and remediation of decontaminating and neutralizing all types of drug labs including Fentanyl, Meth and Marijuana Grow Ops. Our specialized breathing gear, hazardous material suits and outer wear protect us from dangerous odors, 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.
Please Call 403-272-1995