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Asbestos Management

From site inspection and surveys to removal and disposal, Mick George Environmental is fully licenced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to test, manage and complete works for all Asbestos management projects.

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Asbestos Management

Providing total UK coverage, including numerous strategically located Hazardous and Asbestos Management facilities, our national Asbestos removal and disposal network offer comprehensive support and compliance.

We provide commercial operators, local contractors, tradespeople and residential markets with the necessary services to dispose of Asbestos waste safely and legally.

From site inspection and surveys to removal and disposal, Mick George Environmental is fully licenced by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) to test, manage and complete works for non-licensed, notifiable non-licensed and licensed Asbestos and Asbestos contaminated materials. We are also accredited members of ARCA – the Asbestos Removal Contractors Association.

With all services in-house, our highly skilled and experienced team can provide a ‘start to finish’ service, saving you time and money.

Got any questions? Head on over to our Asbestos FAQs and find your answer. If not then contact our expert team using the contact form.

Asbestos Management

Asbestos Management Services

Our Asbestos services incorporates Asbestos surveys, analysis, and removal, as well as more complex encapsulation, repair and cleansing requirements.  We will supply all relevant paperwork to ensure your asbestos disposal is properly tracked, documented and approved before we take it away from your premises.

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Restrictions on the use of Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM’s) were introduced in the late 20th century due to the causality of potentially fatal diseases; however, prior to this period, Asbestos was widely used in the construction industry to build homes, commercial premises and other infrastructure developments, which are still standing and in use today.

While it’s safe to work or live in a building where Asbestos is present, this only remains the case whereby the material is undisturbed. When broken, Asbestos releases fine fibres into the atmosphere that can be inhaled and cause the disfunction of vital body organs, contributing towards diseases such as Lung Cancer, Asbestosis and Mesothelioma.

Subsequently, it is imperative that when removing or disposing of ACM’s, a professional contractor is sought.

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The efficient service and endeavour to go beyond the original scope of works has meant that the Environmental works have been conducted smoothly from start to finish. Thanks to all your team for their professionalism and friendliness.

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