About Asbestos
Asbestos cement is a building material that was commonly used to build garages and sheds between the 1950’s and 1980’s. It is usually found in the form of a flat or corrugated sheet. This material is a low risk product containing approximately 5-10% white Chrysotile asbestos which is held in place in the cement sheet.
Asbestos fibres are released when cement sheeting is broken or drilled, sawn, scrubbed or sanded. The fibres then become airborne where they can easily be inhaled and cause lung damage.
Asbestos fibres are known to cause a cancer that is terminal in all cases.
Do not be alarmed by the presence of asbestos, we will visit and assess the site, impose the necessary safety precautions, then depose of the material efficiently and professionally.
Garage Revamps holds a certificate of Registration under the Control of Pollution (Amendment) Act 1989, a Waste Management Licence and we are also a Licensed Waste Transit Station.
All our staff are experienced and have passed rigorous safety training courses in the handling of hazardous materials.

It is your responsibility to engage competent and qualified personal to carry out the removal of asbestos sheeting.

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