ASBESTOS DISPOSAL

Hazardous waste can be dangerous to deal with incorporating a minefield of legislation. The Waste Group help you deal with the disposal of your asbestos.

What is Asbestos Waste?

Asbestos waste is extremely hazardous and can occur in a number of different forms.

They include a number of different fibres that are very damaging to not only your health but the environment too. Buildings built before 2000 are mainly at risk as they can contain asbestos-containing materials in the floor, wall, ceiling or roofing materials.

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Asbestos Removal with The Waste Group 

With a wealth of experience and an unrivalled reputation for speed, professionalism, and expertise, we are a market leader in the asbestos disposal industry.


We pride ourselves on our ability to provide an immediate response, no matter the size of the job. When dealing with dangerous substances like asbestos, you need to know you’re in safe hands.


Our highly-trained staff can collect, transfer, and dispose of asbestos according to current waste regulations. We own a range of well-maintained, sealed asbestos containers and have access to extensive asbestos disposal facilities. 

Asbestos Removal

Contact us for Asbestos Disposal

All asbestos we handle is safely disposed of in designated hazardous waste landfill sites in line with the Landfill Directive and Environmental Permitting Regulations. Worried about forms? We provide our clients with all of the relevant paperwork required by law.

If you need any information on the removal of asbestos, please do not hesitate to get in touch.


FROM THE BLOG

October 19th, 2017
What is the best way to fill a skip?

Once you’ve hired your skip filling it up can seem like a daunting task, but don’t worry! The Waste Group are here to ensure that you pack up your skip in the most efficient way possible.


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October 19th, 2017
Waste Reduction, Waste Reuse, Waste Recycling - what are the differences?

We are fully committed to ensuring that waste is managed in the most efficient way possible by reducing the amount produced and making sure any unused waste is utilised. This is why we are here to tell you about the waste hierarchy and the 3 Rs’!


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September 20th, 2017
Why do we refuse to transport full skips?

One of the main things to consider when hiring a skip is the size of it as it needs to be able to fit exactly what you need to be disposed. However, many people do not realise how much waste they’re allowed to put in their skip and what can happen if it’s above the limit.


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