Asbestos is a dangerous material that is still present in many buildings. We provide fully licensed services for asbestos collection in Cardiff and the surrounding region. This hazardous material is often found on the roofs of garages, farm buildings, outhouses and sheds.
Our specially trained experts are fully qualified to handle asbestos and dispose of it according to the hazardous waste regulations. We hold a licence issued by the Environment Agency permitting us to collect, carry and dispose of hazardous waste. If you’ve found asbestos on your premises and need it collected, call now for professional asbestos collection in Cardiff, the Valleys and South Wales.
Asbestos roofing is a grey corrugated material. The use of ACMs in building materials has been banned for some time. If it’s present on your premises, it may be hard to identify. This is because it’s likely to have a covering of moss and other deposits.
If your corrugated roofing sheet is stamped with ‘NT’, then it is unlikely that it contains asbestos. Some other materials used in corrugated roofing include iron and reinforced plastic. These materials are not hazardous and should easily identifiable.
If you have located asbestos roofing on your premises and you need to arrange disposal, call us. The cost of our service will be set on a case by case basis. This is because it will depend on the amount of hazardous material that needs to be disposed of. We provide free estimates, so get in touch to speak to the team. You will receive legal documentation to show that the material has been disposed of according to the latest regulations.
The disposal of asbestos must adhere to strict health and safety legislation. Therefore, if you have found this type of hazardous material on your property, you must use a licenced company that is permitted to handle asbestos, like Green’s Recycling. All asbestos waste that we dispose of is placed into in UN approved packaging, is double-wrapped and then labelled as hazardous waste. We then take the material to a licensed waste disposal site.
Yes, it is a very dangerous material. Its fibres can cause a variety of cancers if inhaled or ingested, including lung cancer, mesothelioma, ovarian cancer and laryngeal cancer.
Yes. We hold all the relevant Environment Agency licenses to carry and dispose of hazardous waste such as asbestos. If you need to arrange a collection in Cardiff and South Wales, call now for a fast response.
There are numerous other building materials that contain asbestos. They include insulation, felt, pipes, cement products, tiles and insulation board, amongst others. Luckily, the use of asbestos in building materials was outlawed in the UK in 1999. As a result, modern buildings constructed after 2000 will not contain this hazardous material.
If you need asbestos collection in Cardiff or anywhere else in South Wales, call now to arrange a quote. We provide a fast and efficient service, and you will receive official documentation to confirm the waste has been disposed of in the correct and legal manner.