7 days ago

Rubble Removal | Refuse Removal in Johannesburg

Need rubble removed? We remove rubble from complexes (limited quantities due to complex rules), houses, big and small construction sites. There is no job to big or to small. Our quick turn around time and hassle read more...

1 week ago

Tips on Excavation for New Driveways

Excavation is the most important step in the construction of new driveways. An improperly excavated drive will be falling apart in a few years, costing you much more in repairs than a proper installation would have in the first place. Invest in th read more...

1 week ago

Rubble Removal | Refuse Removal | Site Clearing





WE REMOVE RUBBLE FROM COMPLEXES, HOUSES Rubble Removals in Johannesburg AND BIG BUILDING SITES. NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL, WE DO IT ALL read more...

1 week ago

Haiti to use quake rubble in capital's rebuilding

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) -- The rubble from Haiti's shattered capital is rising in heaps at the port, dumped for sorting and recycling by a fleet of heavy, exhaust-belching trucks.

A tangle of twisted metal and bro read more...

2 weeks ago

Sick 9/11 Workers Sue WTC Insurance Fund

Ailing ground zero workers went to court Tuesday to demand that the company overseeing a $1 billion Sept. 11 insurance fund spend the money to pay for their health care.

The workers have already filed a class-action lawsuit claiming the tox read more...

3 weeks ago

Video: Red tape slowing Haitian rubble removal Anderson Cooper 360

Sharon Mullins

This may not be the proper avenue for this request, but I have tried all other alleged "Haiti assistance programs" and gotten no where.

I am an RN who would like to go to Haiti and work either in one of the orphanages read more...

3 weeks ago

CNN.com - New York debris removal a daunting effort

From Bruce Burkhardt

CNN

NEW YORK (CNN) -- It's a job so big that no one really knows how long it will take. Some say six months, some say a year. Some say more.

"It's 220 stories. It's a lot. We're gonna be here a while," sa read more...