Chemco Matting: Chemco Crambo

shredder in action

The Chemco Crambo is a wood waste reducing ‘beast’. With a 600 HP C18 Caterpillar engine and 134 aggressive teeth, it can chew up the toughest material, reducing an access mat in about a minute. The reduced wood can then be used for things such as biofuels, absorbants, mulch, etc. An industry leader in its… Continue reading

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Chemco Receives 2017 Canadian Electrical Award

Team Chemco at Shell Scotford Refinery

A couple months ago we had mentioned our major milestone at Shell Scotford, having successfully completed 1,000,000 man hours without a recordable incident since November of 2014. Well we are happy to report that the industry is taking notice. Thank you Shell Canada Products for the nomination! The following was published in the November/December issue… Continue reading

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Canadas Safest Employers Award Winner Second Year in a Row

We’re pleased to announce that Chemco has been recognized at Canada’s Safest Employers Awards in the Building & Construction category for the second year in a row. The award recognizes companies from all across Canada with outstanding accomplishments in promoting the health and safety of their workers. Companies are judged on a wide range of… Continue reading

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Canada’s Safest Employers 2015

Chemco awarded 2015 Canada's Safest Employers

We’re pleased to announce that Chemco has been recognized at Canada’s Safest Employers Awards in the Building & Construction category. The award recognizes companies from all across Canada with outstanding accomplishments in promoting the health and safety of their workers. Companies are judged on a wide range of occupational health and safety elements, including employee… Continue reading

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Co-operation Over Competition

It came down to two men. Twenty-three years ago, Dave Hagen and Darrel McDaniel were electricians working for Chemco Electrical Contractors in Edmonton and they were both asked if they wanted to be the “safety guy” for a project in northern Alberta. “I said ‘Um, no, not really.’ I wanted to push, I wanted to… Continue reading

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