Asbestos Removal Service

We don’t expect you to be an expert, which is why Reconomy offers a nationwide coverage of asbestos removal to help keep your site and workers safe.

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Fully-compliant asbestos removal and disposal

Welcome to Reconomy’s asbestos removal services, where we prioritise safety and provide professional solutions for your asbestos-related concerns. Our highly trained team of experts is equipped with the latest techniques and tools to ensure effective asbestos removal on-site. With our comprehensive approach and commitment to environmental and human safety, you can trust us to handle any asbestos-related project with utmost care and efficiency.


Why Choose Our Onsite Asbestos Removal?

  1. Expertise and Experience: Our company boasts a team of experienced professionals who have undergone rigorous training in asbestos removal techniques and safety protocols. With years of industry experience, we understand the complexities of asbestos removal and are well-equipped to handle any situation that may arise.
  2. Compliance with Regulations: We strictly adhere to local and national regulations regarding asbestos removal. Our team is well-versed in the necessary permits, notifications, and disposal procedures required to ensure legal compliance. You can have peace of mind knowing that all aspects of the project will be handled professionally and in accordance with the law.
  3. Comprehensive Site Assessment: Before initiating the asbestos removal process, our experts conduct a thorough site assessment. This evaluation allows us to identify the presence and extent of asbestos-containing materials (ACMs) in your property. By understanding the scope of the project, we can develop a tailored removal plan to address your specific needs.

What is asbestos?

Asbestos is the term coined to describe the group of minerals made of harmful and dangerous microscopic fibres. Many were previously unaware of the damage it can cause, and asbestos was regularly used as insulation in house builds. Now the world is aware of the dangers of asbestos, it's use has now been banned completely, but can still be found in houses constructed before the year 2000.

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Why is Asbestos harmful?

Even though it's usage has been banned, asbestos can still be found in houses constructed before the year of it's banning, in 2000. Removing this harmful chemical from houses is crucial, and it requires specialist attention to ensure it's handled safely and responsibly. This is where we come in, by providing safe and compliant asbestos removal throughout the whole of the UK to help keep properties safe from this harmful chemical.

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We offer a comprehensive tanker service for the safe removal of all types of liquid and slurry waste, in order to keep your infrastructure up and running.

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Water bowser hire

Sourcing the right equipment can be time consuming, frustrating and costly. Reconomy can source everything you need at a competitive price and deliver it to anywhere in the UK.

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Emergency spillages

Available 24 hours-a-day to respond to emergency spillages, our teams of waste management professionals operate within a three-hour response window.

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Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral fibre that was commonly used in commercial building materials due to its strength and heat resistance. However, it is now known to be highly hazardous to human health when its fibres are released into the air and inhaled.

When asbestos-containing materials are disturbed or damaged, microscopic fibres can become airborne. Inhaling these fibres over time can lead to serious health conditions, including lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis.

If you have a business property built before the late 1980s, it is possible that asbestos-containing materials were used in its construction. If you are planning any renovation or demolition work that may disturb asbestos-containing materials, it is essential to have them safely removed by a licensed asbestos removal business.

It is highly recommended to hire a licensed asbestos removal business for any asbestos removal work. Handling asbestos requires specialised knowledge and safety protocols from registered contractors to ensure proper containment and disposal. DIY asbestos removal can pose significant health risks, please only use registered and compliant contractors.

The cost of asbestos removal job depends on various factors, such as the size of the area, the extent of asbestos contamination, the accessibility of the materials, and the location. It is best to contact licensed asbestos removal business, like Reconomy, for a thorough inspection and a detailed cost estimate. Contact Reconomy today for a personalised quote.

The duration of asbestos removal job depends on the scope of work and the complexity of the project. Small-scale housebuilding removals may take a few days, while larger construction projects can take several weeks. The priority is to ensure that the removal job is done safely and thoroughly for the business.

A licensed asbestos removal business, such as Reconomy, follow strict safety protocols to minimise the risk of asbestos exposure. This includes wearing personal protective equipment (PPE), erecting containment barriers, using specialised tools for asbestos removal, and implementing proper disposal procedures.

Once the asbestos-containing materials are removed, they are sealed in air-tight containers and transported to designated disposal facilities. These facilities are specially equipped to handle and dispose of asbestos safely and in compliance with local regulations.

If your business has a property contains asbestos, it is crucial to address the asbestos issue before undertaking any renovations. Potential buyers should also be informed about the presence of asbestos. Working with licensed professionals ensures proper remediation, making your property safe for renovation or sale.

Reconomy is a licensed asbestos removal professional, simply get in touch with one of our consultants today using the contact form and they will be able to provide you with the most suitable option to responsibly dispose of your asbestos. It is crucial to ensure that the business you hire has the necessary licenses, certifications, and experience in handling asbestos safely.