Submitted by Michael Maart on Mon, 02/05/2018 - 12:01
Construction sites are notorious for the hazardous materials that are found and generated there, and it is also a well-known fact that these hazardous materials need to be cleared properly. That’s why Sandshifters has been hard at work providing professional site clearance in Gauteng for years, and we continue to do so. The greatest benefit when it comes to your site construction site clearance needs is that we not only know why it must be done, we also have the expertise and tools to do it properly.
Submitted by Jeanne Conradie on Wed, 12/06/2017 - 15:00
Before any building project can take place the building site needs to be prepared. There are steps involved that must take place in order to fulfil a successful project. The lot needs to be carefully selected after a site assessment has been done and then the site preparation can begin.
Submitted by Michael Maart on Wed, 11/08/2017 - 10:53
When speaking about site clearance and removing rubble from a construction site, most people think of simply loading up a truck and tossing the debris into a landfill or dumpsite. However, this exact practice leaves tonnes of hazardous materials improperly disposed of and threatens both human life and the environment.
In order to protect our environment and communities from these hazards there are measures that need to be put in place.
Submitted by Jeanne Conradie on Mon, 07/17/2017 - 16:35
The proper clearance of rubble is a public responsibility. Dumping is illegal and rubble and refuse need to be disposed of conscientiously. This is for the sake of the environment and the reputation of the industries that produce rubble. Certain building materials can be reused which should not become a missed opportunity. Hazardous waste should be disposed of properly so it does not end up harming the local people in the area or its fauna and flora.