Bonded Asbestos Removal

Bonded asbestos (also known sheet asbestos) can be found in a variety of places within houses and buildings. Asbestos is a very dangerous material that can cause numerous health hazards so it is very important that you choose a professional bonded asbestos removal in Hampshire service from a professional waste management business to responsibly remove the asbestos.

No Minimum Weight Charge!

Unlike other companies that collect hazardous waste, we do not have a minimal weight charge. This means that we will only charge you for the exact weight that we have removed. In addition to this, by having all the necessary legal paperwork in place, you can be assured that you will be compliant with legislative requirements.

What Is Asbestos?

Asbestos is a name given to minerals in the serpentine and amphibole families. There are six different types of asbestos:

  • Chrysotile
  • Amosite
  • Crocidolite
  • Tremolite
  • Anthophyllite
  • Actinolite

Asbestos has been used in many different ways. For example asbestos was often used in the ship building industry. Asbestos is a strong and fire resistant material, which is one of the reasons it was used for so many different things. However, asbestos is not the wonder material that it was often believed to be. Asbestos is very dangerous and as such it is banned from use in the United Kingdom.

However, some buildings built before the year 2000 could potentially contain asbestos so if you suspect that there is asbestos on your premises, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly and dedicated team on 0800 376 5004.

The Dangers Of Asbestos

Asbestos is very dangerous. It is made up from tiny fibres. When these fibres are released into the air, they cannot be seen and they have no odour. This means that asbestos fibres could be in the air without you knowing it. By breathing in asbestos fibres, you put yourself at risk of various serious medical conditions such as, Mesothelioma , Lung Cancer and Asbestosis .

What Is Bonded Asbestos / Sheet Asbestos

Bonded asbestos or sheet asbestos is sometimes found in the roofs of garages. Sometimes referred to as asbestos cement this form of asbestos can be very dangerous. If disturbed the asbestos cement can release tiny asbestos fibres into the air and as written above, you cannot see or smell these fibres. If you inhale these fibres they could cause severe medical conditions like the three mentioned above.

Asbestos can be lurking in various places in your building. There were many different uses for asbestos; it can be used in walls, floor tiles, ceiling tiles and radiators, just to name a few.

Asbestos cement is usually a mixture of white asbestos (Chrysotile) and cement. This mixture is moulded and compressed to create various different asbestos cement products. This was a very versatile material; it was used for cement roofs, wall cladding and numerous other areas such as in coiler systems and air conditioning.

How Dangerous Is Bonded / Sheet Asbestos?

All forms of asbestos are dangerous. If the sheet asbestos breaks ordeteriorates, for example if a sheet is dropped during a bonded asbestos removal in Hampshire service, or if the cement has been badly damaged, then asbestos fibres could be released into the air and possibly breathed in by people; placing them at risk of very serious health conditions.

As asbestos can pose very severe risks to health, it is important that you trust a professional for your sheet asbestos removal needs. Don't risk dropping a piece of asbestos cement, potentially exposing yourself to the deadly fibres. Call a professional to remove the asbestos from your premises. Contact our dedicated team of professionals today on 0800 376 5004.

Why Should You Choose BKP For Sheet A sbestos Removal In Hampshire?

Asbestos is an extremely dangerous material, so you need a professional that you can trust. BKP has over 50 years of industry experience. Over these years we have provided many waste disposal services and have gained a reputation for providing both fantastic services and fantastic customer service.

Our standards of service are so high; one previous customer wrote the following about our services.

“Very professional and tidy. Nice and friendly staff, good time keeping and I will use them again."

Our talented waste disposal professionals can carry out a seamless and tailored service from assessment to final disposal. This bonded asbestos removal service will be managed in-house by BKP at our licensed facility based in Romsey, Hampshire.

In addition to providing high quality waste disposal services, we have obtained various accreditations from the International Organisation for Standardisation , which are:

  • An ISO 9001:2008 in Quality.
  • An ISO 14001:2004 Environmental.

We have also obtained an accreditation from the British Standards Institution .

  • A BS OHSAS 18001:2007 in Health and Safety.

You can learn more information regarding our accreditations and view other useful pieces of information such as our waste carrier certificate by visiting our policies, insurance and professional certification page .

Bonded Asbestos Removal In Hampshire And Numerous Other Waste Services From BKP

Businesses produce numerous different types of waste and every business is different. Therefore it makes sense to have a tailored waste management solution. With a waste management solution from BKP, we will tailor our services to meet the needs of your business, providing you with a bespoke service.

Just imagine; one business managing your waste. One phone call, one invoice and one tailor made waste solution.

If you are in need of a sheet asbestos removal service, please do not hesitate to contact BKP. Our friendly and dedicated team will be able to assist you with your enquiry, providing you with additional information and answering any questions you may have regarding our bonded asbestos removal service or any of our other waste services such as our hazardous waste service , our emergency response service and our many other professional industrial waste services .

If you would like to contact our team, you can do so in a variety of different ways.

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