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SPEC SHEET

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION

  1. Please Provide Photos and/or Samples (email to hello@vikingrecycling.ca)

  2. All Material MUST be DRY & FREE of CONTAMINANTS

  3. All stacks & boxes to be placed on skids

  4. Pricing Notes:

    1. Pricing varies depending on type of material

    2. There will be a price difference between ‘stacked’ & ‘bulk’ preparation 

Carpet - Broadloom

MATERIAL: CARPET - BROADLOOM

Stack Procedure(s)
  • CREATE CARPET "LOGS"

    • Cut carpet into "manageable" sizes

    • Roll tightly to ensure a maximum size of 10''

    • Tack tight with tape (to prevent unravelling)

  • CREATE "LOG STACKS"

    • Stack rolls on a skid, as pictured.

    • The max height should not exceed 5’

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Skids must be shrink-wrapped and secure for transportation

    • Tie wrap to bottom of skid and work up to secure, as pictured

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • CREATE CARPET "LOGS"

    • Cut carpet into "manageable" sizes

    • Roll tightly to ensure a maximum size of 10''

    • Tack tight with tape (to prevent unravelling)

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Place in bin and ensure that it is covered and dry.

    • Ensure no contamination i.e. coffee cups, pens, metal nails, food items

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MATERIAL: CARPET - TILE

Carpet - Tile
Stack Procedure(s)

  • SORTING & STACKING

    • Each skid must contain only one carpet type

    • Stack vertically in 1 or 4 columns, depending on the tile size

    • Ensure that the meeting points of tile fall on the wooden braces/slats

    • Place a dividing tile (connector) in the centre at every 18" interval. MAX 3 connectors per stack

    • The MAX skid height should not exceed 4'. Must be even & balanced

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Skids must be shrink-wrapped and secure for transportation

    • Tie wrap to bottom of skid and work up to secure, as pictured

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: tile pieces smaller than half a tile must be stored inside boxes

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • SORTING & STACKING

    • Each bin must contain only one carpet type

    • Stack the tiles in columns for easy offload

    • Fill empty space in bin with skids to prevent stacks falling over during transport

    • We do not accept pieces smaller than half a tile

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Place in bin and ensure that it is covered and dry

    • Ensure no contamination i.e. coffee cups, pens, metal nails, food items

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LVT

MATERIAL: LVT

Stack Procedure(s)
  • SORTING & STACKING

    • Each skid must contain only one type of LVT

    • Stack material uniformly on a skid

    • Do not stack any higher than 2 ft tall

    • For pieces that don't fit the stack, place into a box

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • Not applicable

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MATERIAL: CEILING TILE

Stack Procedure(s)
  • SORTING & STACKING

    • Each skid must contain only one ceiling tile type

    • Stack evenly in columns depending on skid size

    • Ensure that any meeting points of tile fall on the wooden braces/slats

    • One side of ceiling tile must be flush with the skid

    • No pieces smaller than half a tile

    • Max height must not exceed 4’

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Skids must be shrink-wrapped and secure for transportation

    • Tie wrap to bottom of skid and work up to secure, as pictured

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: All projects must be cleared with Asbestos Report.

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • Not Applicable

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Ceiling - Tile

MATERIAL: MATTING

Stack Procedure(s)
  • CREATE MATTING "LOGS"

    • Cut matting into "manageable" sizes

    • Roll tightly to ensure a maximum size of 10''

    • Tack tight with tape (to prevent unravelling)

  • CREATE "MATTING TOWERS"

    • Stack rolls on a skid, as pictured.

    • The max height should not exceed 5’

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Skids must be shrink-wrapped and secure for transportation

    • Tie wrap to bottom of skid and work up to secure, as pictured

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • CREATE MATTING "LOGS"

    • Cut matting into "manageable" sizes

    • Roll tightly to ensure a maximum size of 10''

    • Tack tight with tape (to prevent unravelling)

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Place in bin and ensure that it is covered and dry.

    • Ensure no contamination i.e. coffee cups, pens, metal nails, food items

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Matting

MATERIAL: Lighting

Packing Procedure(s)
  • NO BROKEN BULBS

  • SORTING & BOXING

    • Bulbs must be packed in boxes. Contact Viking to discuss obtaining boxes required for bulb types.

    • Each box must contain only one bulb type.

  • BULB TYPES

    • Fluorescent Tubes

    • U or O shaped tubing

    • Incandescent, Halogen, compact fluorescent, MR-16

    • UV lamps

    • Projector bulbs, tungsten lamps

    • All LCD screen / scanner / photocopier, projector bulbs (without casing)

  • TRANSPORTATION

    • Boxes must be secured and protected from breakage.

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • Not Applicable

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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

"As a global airline, Air Canada has a responsibility to leave less of an environmental impact on our planet and to do more in our communities. Working with Viking Recycling to repurpose our old pilot uniforms let us do just that while ensuring our branded items were securely handled. The textiles were diverted from landfill and used to create a positive impact on the Toronto community."

- Air Canada

MATERIAL: Cardboard

Stack Procedure(s)

SORTING & STACKING

  • Each skid must contain only cardboard, not box board

  • Stack vertically 

  • Ensure that the meeting points of tile fall on the wooden braces/slats

  • The MAX skid height should not exceed 4'. Must be even & balance

TRANSPORTATION

  • Skids must be shrink-wrapped and secure for transportation

  • Tie wrap to bottom of skid and work up to secure, as pictured

  • IMPORTANT NOTE: smaller cardboard pieces must be stored inside boxes

Bulk Procedure(s)
  • Not Applicable

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Lighting
Cardbord
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