Asbestos Removal

By: BLS Asbestos  14/03/2014
Keywords: waste disposal, asbestos, Risk Assessments

According to the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012, there is an explicit duty on the owner and the employer in occupation of any property, to manage the risk of asbestos within their premises. For an overview of what this entails click here As specialists in asbestos removal, abatement, clean up and encapsulation, BLS Asbestos can ensure that you fully comply with your legal obligations and avoid a prosecution that could result in heavy fines, or even a jail sentence. We have extensive experience in a wide range of sectors, including commercial and residential buildings, manufacturing, leisure, retail and healthcare, and complete asbestos removal jobs throughout the UK. Clients who trust our reliability and professionalism include West Yorkshire Police, Poundstretcher, Hallmark Cards, Vinci Construction and BAM.

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