Marine Recycling Corporation
Recycling Obsolete Vessels In An Environmental Friendly Manner For Over 40 Years
Marine Recycling Corp. (MRC) is the world's first ISO 14001 Certified ship recycling company. Our expert, highly-skilled personnel are well experienced at marine salvage, ship recycling, all vessel type conversions, afloat and in drydock, vessel re-powerings, lakes and ocean towing and tow preparation, maintaining stability of vessel mooring and security, hot work aboard marine vessels, compressed gases safety, fall arrest and prevention, confined space entry/awareness/rescue, snorkel lift and scissor lift use, certified scuba diving, heavy equipment operation, hazardous waste removal, transportation and disposal, PCB removal, CFC removal, asbestos and mould remediation/encapsulation, vessel remediation, fuel/oil/oily water cleanup & recycling, sectional dismantling and shore protection, marine/shore construction, marine and industrial demolition.
MRC also provides expertise and consulting services in the fields of ship recycling, towing, marine salvage and waste management services. MRC has performed various projects for commercial, government and military sectors of the marine industry.
MRC's sister company, Raw Materials Company Inc. (RMC), is an international leader in the field of waste and resource recycling. RMC operates a Part 5, hazardous waste processing facility, and is fully permitted by the Ontario Ministry of Environment to transport, accept and process hazardous wastes for recycling and energy generation.
For more information please contact Jordan Elliott at (905) 834-0227.
The Virtues of Domestic Ship Recycling
In 2005 Wayne Elliott, founder of Marine Recycling Corp. the foremost vessel recycling expert in the world, completed an interview with CBC’s “The Fifth Estate”, entitled the Big Break. The interview entails the danger of sending Vessels to sub-standard disposal sites. Contact us today to discuss The Virtues of Domestic Ship Recycling.
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