Asbestos removal & disposal
The removal of asbestos containing-materials is regulated by the Control of Asbestos Regulations (CAR) 2012.
- Fully Licensed Asbestos Removal – in compliance with CAR 2012
- Asbestos Encapsulation & Treatment
- Collection & Safe Disposal of Asbestos Materials – in compliance with the Hazardous Waste Regulations
Our focus is to provide clients with the confidence that their asbestos materials are managed appropriately and asbestos removal work is compliant with all industry standards and health and safety regulations.
Licenced asbestos removal – we have been awarded the maximum 3 year licence from the HSE on all our licence applications. Our dedicated team have a wealth of experience removing all high-risk asbestos-containing materials such as asbestos insulation and asbestos insulating board.
Notifiable non-licenced asbestos removal work (NNLW) and Non-licenced asbestos removal work – Local Authorities, Housing Associations and private clients have used our expertise and services to remove asbestos floor tiles, asbestos in artex (textured coatings) and asbestos cement in a wide variety of buildings.
Clients are provided with the following documentation:
- Free Quotation
- Method Statement
- Risk Assessment
- HSE Licence
- Environment Agency Hazardous Waste Consignment Notes
- UKAS Certificate of Re-Occupation
Asbestos ceiling removal
Asbestos Solutions were instructed by a microbrewery based in Piccadilly, Manchester to remove asbestos insulating board forming ceilings in their ground floor offices prior to a refurbishment of the property and extension of the microbrewery. The client had an asbestos refurbishment survey carried out by a UKAS accredited asbestos surveyor.
The initial preparation for the asbestos removal required a specialist asbestos waste skip to be located at the front of the site, as well as a decontamination shower unit. Three-stage air locks and bag locks were built to allow asbestos operatives and asbestos waste to move in and out of the asbestos enclosure. Two negative pressure units with Hepa filters were positioned at the opposite end of the air locks to allow clean air to purge the asbestos enclosure.
The project took a three man team four days to complete on schedule, within budget and to the client’s satisfaction.