Asbestos Removal FAQ

We hope you might find the answers to some of your questions here, but please feel free to contact us if you can’t find the information you are looking for.

How do I know if I have Asbestos?

To properly manage Asbestos you need to know you have it. To know for certain and without putting yourself at risk you need to hire professionals like Enviro-safe to identify the type, condition, location and extent of asbestos containing materials.

Are you environmentally friendly?

Protecting the environment is of genuine importance to us, that is why we dispose of contaminated materials in the correct way and in accordance with the Hazardous Waste Regulations 2005.

How do you dispose of contaminated materials?

We are approved through The Waste Management Industry Training and Advisory Board (WAMITAB) to operate our own waste transfer station in accordance with legislation set by the Environment agency.

Is there any legislation or case studies I can read about Asbestos Removal?

Yes, we provide a number of useful resources on our site, in our Asbestos Removal Resources page.

How does a Asbestos Survey by Envrio-safe work?

We will come to the contaminated site in question at your convenience and take a number of samples, notes and photographs. After this on site survey, we will then analyse the samples and produce a written report with referenced photographs which detail asbestos material found or are suspected to be present. This ensures ease of reading and accuracy.

When was Asbestos used in homes?

Asbestos hasn't been used in building materials since 1980, so homes built before 1980 are highly likely to contain asbestos. Asbestos may be found in the insulation, paint or even the cement. If you think your home is at risk; contact professionals like Enviro-safe as soon as possible to the remove contaminated materials.