Land clearing is good for business. When a land clearing western canada contract is signed, it should be a sign that progress is being made. Land clearing is necessary to clear an area in preparation for a major building project. Such building projects may for numerous reasons that should be appreciated not be happening as regularly as they were in the years following independence and the closing out of the two great wars of the previous century, but they are happening nevertheless.
Good for business, land clearing should also be good for the environment. Not the local economic environment, that much is already obvious, but the green environment. Environmental activists could be asking questions about this business if it was not being maintained sustainably and responsibly. They may wish to know where all the rubble goes to, believing that there are material elements, concrete and asbestos would be two clear examples, that contain far too much toxins or poison to be retained and re-used elsewhere.
That indeed is a challenging operation. Let the land clearing team look into this if you have such concerns yourself. And do ask for feedback on how this is being done. Environmental activists may also wish to know that once the land is finally cleared, what is going to replace the just-demolished building. That of course, is not a question the land clearing contractors can answer. That is best left to the new property developers and owners.
Perhaps you are one of them. And are you able to take ownership, take full ownership of the land clearing contract? After all, the materials, rubble and waste that is being cleared away is still your property. Take time and effort to engage with your contractors about this suggested initiative.