Pardy's Waste Management and Industrial Services Ltd. was established in 1985 to meet the growing demand for responsible disposal of waste materials generated by industry in Newfoundland and Labrador.

We are a waste management and industrial service company supplying services to Pulp & Paper Mills, Airports, Refineries, Shipping and Oil Industry, treatment Plants, Garages and Service Stations to name a few. Our fleet of Vacuum trucks and tankers enable us to respond to any size spill anywhere in the province day or night.

Our integrity and experience has earned us the First Response designation to spills from the Eastern Canada Response Corporation and the on site deployment of their mobile respose equipment.

Our offices are located in both St. John's in Eastern Newfoundland (Avalon Peninsula)  and in Pasadena in Western Newfoundland (Humber Valley). In Western Canada we are located in Leduc, Alberta
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Pardy's Waste Management Team is able to respond to any emergency or customer service requirements.  Our experience and highly trained personnel are on call 24 hrs/day  7 days/week.
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Pardys Waste Management has received the Quality Recognition Award from ASQ
(American Society for Quality).
The American Society for Quality is the world's leading authority on quality with more than 100,000 individual and organizational members.  This professional association advances leaning, quality improvement, and knowledge exchange to improve business results, create better workplaces and communities worldwide.

ASQ Canada has been active in Newfoundland and Labrador since the early 90's.  Several years ago, the local NL ASQ group became part of the ASQ Section 411, which continues to serve its members in this Province.

Upon receiving this award we have successfully achieved registration to ISO 9001: 2000.
Automated Tank Cleaning Systems

All components are Designated Class I  
Div I   Intrinsically  ULC - CSA Certified.

The system consists of:
  • remotely operated vehicles
  • computerized tank cannons or liquid injection systems
  • Visual observation equipment
  • Atmospheric measurement equipment etc. .

Drastically reduce or eliminate the requirement for manned-entry to tanks when the atmosphere is both toxic and explosive.
Click PDF icon to download system details
Click on images below to see equipment in action