Asbestos Removal Services
Whether you are a non-domestic premises or a household, you have a duty to dispose of any asbestos containing material safely and securely. Asbestos is designated as a class 1 carcinogen and is therefore considered as hazardous waste.
We offer a professional asbestos waste removal and disposal services that is available nationwide. If you have a building such as school or college then you want to be sure that your staff and students are kept safe during the removal process and that all measures are taken to protect the environment. Not only that, you want to be certain that your waste is being disposed of properly.
Find out more about the process of asbestos waste management.
Asbestos is very difficult to deal with and is usually disposed of in specialised licensed landfill sites. Our removed asbestos waste may, as an interim measure, go to a transfer site where it is graded and stored until removing to landfill.
There are a number of services that we provide:
- Expert staff who are trained to deal with all aspects of asbestos.
- We will be able to audit and advise on the best method of removal.
- We have the right equipment which includs sealed asbestos containers and vehicles for safe transportation.
- We also have the appropriate waste transfer notes that provide a clear audit trail of how the asbestos is removed and handled.
All of our supply chain are members of the correct trade associations. The main ones for asbestos are:
Asbestos Removal Contractors Association: Members take part in strict audits to make sure they continue to deliver the best service. The association also provides training courses and has around 300 members across the UK.
Abestos Control and Abatement Division: Again the ACAD provide training and are working hard to improve services across the industry by promoting best practice.
Why We Are the Right Asbestos Removal Service
Our supply chain, that help us deal with the removal and safe disposal of asbestos are governed by strict legislation (not to mention the desire to protect the health of our employees). The problem comes when customers have the option to choose between licensed and non-licensed contractors.
Any asbestos that is potentially hazardous must be removed and disposed of by a licensed contractor. If you are in any way unsure whether your material is classed as this, then you need to contact a licensed contractor to avoid any mistakes. Non-licensed work is fairly restricted in its scope and will include things like dealing with very small amounts of waste and perhaps drilling into walls that have been coated with asbestos coverings or other maintenance tasks that have low exposure risks.
Find out more about types of asbestos here.
Contact us today for advice and a quotation on 0207 1128 441 and our specialist team will happily deal with your problem.