A: Moulds are microscopic members of the fungus family. Other types of fungi include mushrooms, mildew and yeasts. They are found everywhere in our environment, both indoors and outdoors. Mould plays an important role in our outdoor environment, helping to decompose organic matter such as leaves and wood.
A: Asbestos is a highly-fibrous, naturally-occurring mineral found in the ground. Asbestos can be found on just about every continent. Its exemplary heat- and fire-resistant properties have been recognized for hundreds of years. It was regularly used in building and insulation materials across Canada until the 1980’s.
A: Dry Ice Blasting is a form of abrassive blasting, where drive ice is accelerated in a pressurized stream and directed at the surface in order to clean it. The method is similar to other forms of abrasive blasting such as sand blasting, but substitutes dry ice as the blasting medium. Dry ice leaves no chemical residue, and no added mess.