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Asbestos Waste Disposal For Businesses

We provide professional, safe asbestos waste disposal services for businesses nationwide. Get in touch to book a specialist disposal service. 

Hazardous Waste Services

Chemical Waste Disposal

We dispose of various chemical waste types for businesses across the UK.

Fluorescent Tube Disposal

Our team collects and recycles large volumes of fluorescent tubes.

Silicone Disposal

This service provides waste collections for large quantities of silicone tube waste.

Paint Disposal

We collect and safely dispose of both paint and paint tins in bulk loads.

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Professional Asbestos Waste Disposal Service

Operating across the UK, we provide businesses with a safe and compliant asbestos waste disposal service through our extensive network. We deal with asbestos waste such as roofing, ceiling and floor tiles, cement bonded asbestos sheeting, brickwork and contaminated soil. 

As asbestos is extremely hazardous, you must use a professional, skilled team to dispose of these materials to follow health and safety regulations. This ensures the correct equipment, handling and disposal processes are used. Our asbestos removal team can clear waste of large volumes, enabling your project to run with minimal disruptions.

Please note, we do not provide asbestos disposal services for household waste.

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Asbestos Waste Disposal Process

Our disposal process begins with the careful removal of asbestos-containing materials from your site. All materials are securely placed in heavy-duty plastic bags that are specifically designed to contain and prevent the release of asbestos fibers into the air. 

To ensure extra safety and compliance with local authority regulations, these plastic bags are double-wrapped, providing an additional layer of containment. 

They are then transported to a designated, licensed disposal facility. Here, the waste is handled according to legal and environmental standards, ensuring that it is safely disposed of to prevent any future environmental contamination.


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Asbestos Roof Sheet Disposal

Our team specialises in collecting and disposing of asbestos sheets. These are often used to make roofing, but are also used for siding and flooring. Whether your business is completing construction work or a demolition job, we are on hand to remove your asbestos waste safely.

Asbestos Cement Disposal

When dealing with the disposal of asbestos cement, it is crucial to engage a certified asbestos removal contractor who adheres to stringent safety standards and regulations. 

Asbestos cement, commonly found in old building materials, poses significant health risks if not handled properly. 

Our team of experienced site staff is trained to manage and dispose of asbestos cement safely and efficiently, ensuring minimal risk to both health and the environment.

Asbestos Pipe Disposal

Many water system pipes built in the early to mid-1900s included asbestos in the concrete and cement. As a certified asbestos removal business, we specialise in the safe and compliant removal of asbestos-containing pipes from various sites. 

With a professional team ready to deal with large volumes of asbestos waste, get in touch today to book your collection. Our team are on hand to dispose of your waste safely, ensuring transparency and compliance. 


Frequently Asked Questions For Asbestos Removal Services.

How Do You Dispose Of Asbestos Tiles?

Asbestos tiles were commonly made by bonding asbestos with materials such as vinyl. These tiles should be disposed of with the help of a professional business such as Collect and Recycle. Simply let us know your waste type, quantity and location and we will arrange a collection and removal service.

How Do You Dispose Of Corrugated Asbestos Sheets?

Corrugated asbestos sheets were made with cement and asbestos fibers for the roofing and siding of buildings. These sheets contained anywhere from 15% to 40% asbestos, meaning they are hazardous. You must use a specialist removal team to safely dispose of this asbestos waste.