0416 093 588
PO Box 177
Berowra, NSW 2081
Asbestos is a naturally occurring rock material made up of strong fibres that have fire, heat and chemical resistant properties. While asbestos is now banned from use it was a component of thousands of different products used in the community and industry from the 1940's until the end of manufacturing in the 1980's however there was a large amount still within the building industry until the early 1990's.
We don?t take shortcuts and we never compromise on safety, call Asbestos Removal Services New South Wales (ARSNSW).
Asbestos removal is complex, dangerous and comprehensively regulated. ARSNSW has an experienced and accredited team who can safely and effectively identify, plan and remove asbestos from your site.
Asbestos is one of the most hazardous materials in our environment. It can be difficult to identify so an important first step is to confirm whether or not you have asbestos-containing material on site. We can collect samples for analysis at an accredited laboratory. Once asbestos presence is confirmed, we perform a thorough risk assessment on site to determine how the asbestos can be safely removed.
Our comprehensive approach to planning ensures your asbestos removal is 100% compliant. As part of our asbestos removal service, we guide you through the complex legal requirements and mandatory approvals that must be satisfied before asbestos in Sydney can be moved. We ensure that our planning and compliance process gets it right first time, every time, so there are no unnecessary delays.
Our skilled planners also provide you with a completed Asbestos Removal Plan that addresses all aspects of the removal work, from preparation of the site to disposal of waste at EPA-approved facilities, and the creation of associated reports and approvals such as WorkCover permits.
Our safe work methods ensure that all asbestos removal and remediation work is completed with rigorous attention to detail.
We use the Zip Wall dust barrier system which effectively blocks dust and hazardous, airborne particulates such as asbestos, helping to protect the health of your tradespeople and the integrity of your site.
The risks associated with asbestos exposure are only minimised if occupational and public health regulations are fully observed. Call ARSNSW today and let us help you manage your asbestos risk.
If you need asbestos advice, a site visit or a quotation please send me your enquiry or call me, I will be more than happy to assist.