Non-Hazardous Waste and Recycling
Grease Trap Service
Used Cooking Oil Collection
MASS Environmental Services Inc. has a reputation for reliability and accountability, working with clients to become a sustainable part of a circular economy to divert material from landfill while re-entering it into industry.
How We Make A Difference –
With a passion for investment in our future, MASS Environmental Services Inc. has been built upon the philosophy of “Change Begins With Just One Step.” We walk hand-in-hand with our clients to take small steps every day to make a big difference. With MASS’ guidance, our clients shift toward the circular economy by ensuring materials are diverted from landfill and re-enter the economy for future use, leaving behind a healthy and thriving earth for the next generation.
Our clients’ achievements are built upon our 3 Pillars of Success:
In order for your location to maximize your waste diversion opportunities, achieve compliance, and control your costs, the first step is to have your staff on board. MASS has developed educational programming including visual signage, informative literature, educational videos, and on-site instructional sessions in order to motivate staff to do the right thing, to understand why they are doing it, and ensure a thorough education of the waste diversion programs.
MASS Environmental Services Inc. manages a multi-million dollar portfolio of waste disposal contracts across Canada. Working with waste haulers across the country, MASS negotiates contract terms and the most competitive pricing on behalf of our clients to ensure the best cost and best service for all our clients.
On average, sending one yard of waste to landfill costs $10.00 in Canada. Recycling one yard of material costs $2.00 in Canada. By keeping this in mind, MASS guides our clients to take advantage of the cost savings opportunities that come with waste diversion, while reducing their environmental impact.
MASS clients save an average of 30% on waste disposal costs from the previous year.
Rules and regulations across Canada are consistently increasing and fines are being issued. MASS works with our clients to ensure they are complying with all current regulations while preparing for the future.
Items such as mattresses, wood pallets, hazardous waste, biomedical waste, food waste, incontinence products, and more are all “hot topics” in the waste industry, and many municipalities are banning these items and more. MASS ensures your compliance, while actively protecting your liability against fines for regulatory violations.