I enjoyed working at Envirobate because it pays really good and you feel proud of yourself when you work one of those jobs... But labor works not really for me, I don't mind stocking the shelves at a local Walmart but scraping the tar off the floor on a 30 degree day is pretty hard... This isn't why I left the job though... I liked it there but got laid off in the winter and never went back.
Head into work early in the morning then got sent out with a crew and basically had to demolish something. I learnt a lot over the time I worked there: from pouring cement and jack hammering to cleaning up after a long day of tearing things down. There were some good people I worked with but at the same time there were quite a bit of bad ones as well. The hardest part about the job was driving an hour an a half to work and an hour an a half back home every day. Wasn't easy on gas. The best part was the job itself, getting to smash things.