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If you discover asbestos on a construction site or in a civil location, it’s important that you have someone to turn to for help. Inhaling these dangerous fibres can led to various lung-related diseases and ultimately, death. Therefore, it’s vital that asbestos is disposed of quickly and by experts who have the professional equipment to deal with the issue safely.
Those who work within the building industry are perhaps most at risk of asbestos, as they’re more likely to encounter it on a regular basis. However, it can still be found in many homes and public buildings, so it’s never worth taking a chance. Hiring a certified asbestos soil removal company will dramatically minimise, if not eliminate, this risk.
Our team of demolition specialists is fully insured and licensed to carry out all aspects of demolition services, from the isolation of utilities and site inspection to aiding in the application for permits and removal of hazardous
From site inspections for accurate and highly competitive estimates to leaving the site clear and safe, our team will ensure that your project comes in within the agreed budget and specified timeframe. We can also assist with the cost-effective recycling and the correct disposal of all the generated waste materials. These may include such things as asbestos, synthetic mineral fibres (SMF), Polychlorinated Biphenyls (PCB), lead paint, stored hazardous materials (chemical), biological hazards, and more. We will leave the site clean, tidy, and hazard-free.
What is Asbestos?
Asbestos is a heat-resistant, naturally occurring silicate mineral fibre integrated into building materials in Australia and it was widely used between 1940 and 1980. Asbestos might be present in the products used in the construction of your home if it was built before the mid-1980s.
In houses built between the mid-1980s and 1990, it is also likely that asbestos-containing products of some kind or another are present. Homes constructed after 1990 are unlikely to have been constructed using asbestos-containing products.
It is best not to assume whether a product does or does not contain asbestos, and any suspicious material should be sampled and tested to determine if the material in your house does contain asbestos.
Asbestos removal is a highly specialised and tricky field of expertise that should only be entrusted to a business that holds the appropriate licence and certification. If you are concerned about asbestos in or around your residential or commercial property, we can help. Here at Asbestos Extraction and Containment Qld, we hold a current class A removal licence for both Friable (A Class), and Non-friable or Bonded (B Class) asbestos removal work
When you contract our team of asbestos specialists to either test for or remove asbestos from your property, you can be confident that every precaution and safety procedure will be strictly adhered to and complied with, including:
- Workplace Health and Safety QLD, how to safely remove asbestos Code of Practice 2011
- How to manage and control asbestos in the workplace Code of Practice 2011
- Work health and safety act 2011
- Work health and safety regulation 2011
- Building code 2013
- Australian standard AS 4482-1-2005 guide to the investigation and sampling of sites with potentially contaminated soil, part 1: Non-volatile and semi-volatile compounds
- Department of environment heritage and protection (EHP) 2014 guidelines for contaminated land professionals
- National Environment Protection (Assessment of Site Contamination) Measure 2013 – Schedule B1; and guideline on the investigation levels for soil and groundwater (herein referenced as NEPM schedule)