Some 315 high-rises are still covered in ACM more than two years after the tragedy.
Rydon is among the parties whose work on the Chalcots Estate has been blamed by Camden Council for the June 2017 evacuation.
Bolton building that went up in flames was a few centimetres too short to qualify for strictest fire safety regulations.
As a tower in Bolton goes up in flames, homes across the country are still in danger.
Burnham has urged Boris Johnson to "give families peace of mind" and investigate whether more needed to be done to remove similar cladding.
Labour accuses government of "cover-up" after highlighting the one type of cladding which passed tests.
The party has called on the government to "name and shame" block owners.
Government will pay for unsafe cladding to be stripped off tower blocks, and the Prime Minister deserves credit for doing the right thing
Fires could burn hotter, spread faster and last longer.