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Fully Licensed Asbestos Collections

When it comes to asbestos collection and disposal, it is essential to ensure that all the correct safety protocols are followed. This includes wrapping and labelling any asbestos waste in suitable packaging which prevents fibres from being released. The best practice for this is to use a red inner bag which has been marked with appropriate warning labels, as well as a clear outer bag with relevant hazard information. It is also essential that all necessary precautions are taken when handling asbestos waste, including wearing the correct protective equipment and disposing of any used tools which cannot be decontaminated. Failure to do this could result in serious health risks for those involved. 

When dealing with the collection and disposal of asbestos, adhering to safety protocols is not just recommended, it’s imperative. The handling of asbestos waste demands meticulous attention to detail, particularly in how it is packaged. The dual bagging system—utilising a red inner bag clearly labeled with warnings, and an outer clear bag that prominently displays hazard information—is critical in preventing the release of dangerous fibres.

Furthermore, the personal safety of individuals handling asbestos cannot be overstated. Wearing appropriate protective gear and responsibly disposing of non-decontaminable tools are essential steps to mitigate exposure risks. Ignoring these protocols may lead to grave health implications, underlining the importance of strict adherence to safety guidelines during the asbestos disposal process.

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As such, it is important to ensure that only properly trained and qualified professionals handle asbestos collection and disposal. By doing this, you can help to ensure that the environment is protected and that all workers are kept safe. Here at London Asbestos, we will ensure that any asbestos waste is collected and sent to a licensed asbestos waste disposal site. These sites will ensure that all the necessary safety protocols are followed and that any potential health risks are minimised. It is important to remember that it is illegal to dispose of asbestos waste in landfill or other unsuitable sites, as this could cause serious harm to both natural environment and human health.

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London Asbestos will provide a no-obligation free quotation for all your asbestos work needed.

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To summarise, it is essential to use a registered company for asbestos collection and disposal which adheres to all relevant safety guidelines. This will help to protect both workers and the environment from any potentially hazardous fibres while ensuring that your premises remain compliant with current asbestos regulations.  Contact London Asbestos today to discuss your asbestos waste collection and disposal needs. Our team of professionals will be happy to help you ensure that all the necessary steps are taken when it comes to disposing of any hazardous material safely and securely.  We look forward to hearing from you soon!

FAQs

Asbestos waste should only be handled by a licensed disposal site. DO NOT attempt to dispose of asbestos yourself.

It can be difficult to identify asbestos. If you are unsure, then we recommend booking a survey and testing.

You should contact a licensed professional to survey the property and advise you on the safest option moving forward.

You should book a survey if your property was built before the year 2000.

You will need to have an inspection to ensure the safety of the property.

The purpose of an asbestos survey is to identify asbestos containing materials