Removing asbestos from a property requires a professional team highly trained in working with this potentially harmful material. Contact St. Austell-based DSW Environmental Ltd, serving Cornwall and Devon.
Our asbestos division is well established and works alongside fully licensed companies removing all types of asbestos from your property in compliance with HSE regulations and codes of practice.
We are a licensed hazardous waste carrier, so we will dispose of all waste in line Environment Agency legislation.
Highly trained & accredited staff
We employ a team of highly experienced and accredited technicians. They have a wealth of knowledge in handling and removing all types of ACMs. As a result, you can trust us to safely dispose of any toxic waste while maintaining the highest levels of health and safety to safeguard occupants, contractors and the public.
If you are planning on a refurbishment, extension, building work or demolition, then contact the team at DSW for professional services you can rely on.
How much will the process cost?
The cost associated with removing asbestos will depend on how much you have present within your property.
Our technicians can survey your building and provide a quotation for professional removal. We aim to keep our prices competitive and all work is completed in line with strict hazardous waste regulations.
Is it asbestos?
If you suspect the presence of asbestos, then we can offer a fast response for testing and surveying. It is vital that any suspected ACMs are not disturbed, whether that be by any building work, drilling or demolition. Disturbed ACMs will release toxic fibres into the atmosphere that can be ingested or inhaled which can lead to fatal consequences.
If we do find ACMs within your property, you do not have to panic. Sometimes, if the substance is in good condition, it is better to leave it alone.
Our trained technicians will inspect the material and advise whether it needs removing or not. In some cases, we will advise on arranging for the ACM to be encapsulated. This is a technique of applying special substances that will coat and secure the fibres so that if it is left in situ, it will not pose a risk. If the ACM is out of reach and in good condition, we may recommend a management plan and periodic re-inspection.