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Asbestos Recycling: It’s a big NO!
Probably, you will find it difficult to dispose of products that are still in good condition. Some of you might have the urge to reuse or recycle the products. But, be aware! Some products may contain asbestos.
The threat of getting exposed to asbestos fibres is real. You can get severe lung diseases once you inhale the dust from asbestos-containing materials (ACMs). Mesothelioma, asbestosis and lung cancer await if you attempt to put yourself in ACM dangers. So, don’t cost your safety at risk!
But why is ACMs dangerous? According to medical studies, there is still no specific cure to heal lung diseases caused by fibres. Furthermore, there is no safe level when it comes to inhaling the fibre dust. So, you have to be wise on handling your ACM waste.
Handling the disposal of hazardous waste can be very tricky. There’s only one thing you have to do with ACM dumps; dispose of them legally and properly! You can’t just simply put them in your regular garbage bin. Asbestos removal and testing waste need to be taken to a legal landfill in the most secure manner.
So, what’s the right thing to do to handle such problem? Get yourself a professional contractor who is specialised in handling the harmful materials. They will completely take care of your fibre problems. Starting from sampling, followed by asbestos removal and testing, then complete it with the disposal of harmful debris.
Where Can I Dump the Harmful Waste?
You are only allowed to dump toxic waste in a legal landfill. It can’t be taken to a regular landfill or can’t simply be put it in your garbage bin. By dumping it illegally, you might put the disposal staffs in danger. Thus, you must handle it with care before taking it to a licensed landfill.
All hazardous waste have to be wrapped in sealed bags or containers before they are being taken to a legal landfill.
You must ensure that there’s no leak in the bag. This is to make sure that you won’t get contaminated when you are transporting the toxic waste.
The government controls the disposal process of hazardous dump. There are several types of landfill for ACM waste. They can accept both small and large quantities of it. There are also strict rules for handling it. One of the rules states that you must get permission to transport a large quantity of waste.
Read more: The Government of Queensland
If you found that the processes mentioned above are problematic for you, then leave all the trouble to our experts. They will handle everything safely; from A to Z. All you need to do is call them and let them get everything done for you! To avoid fines and criminal charges from careless handling of hazardous dump, call our members immediately!
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ACM existence is invisible to the naked eyes. Therefore, the only thing you can do to safely remove the fibres is handed the work over to professional assessors. Be effective and efficient with our removalists!
They offer you:
- Asbestos removal – Handling any kinds of friable and non-friable ACM products within your building safely and with care.
- Asbestos testing – A thorough checking, testing and sampling of all fibre products in your building by a licensed assessor.
- Asbestos roof removal – Performing a thorough inspection, removal and the replacement of old roofing materials.
- Management plan – Designing a comprehensive management control plan to eliminate fibre risk and creating a clean environment.
- Air monitoring – Conducting a complete air monitoring procedure before, during, and after the removal process.
- Demolition Survey – Delivering a brief report so that you are aware of the locations of fibres inside your building, before executing any demolition projects.
- Soil remediation – Eliminating contaminated soils effectively and efficiently.
- Emergency repair – 24/7 service to remove contaminated roofing, fencing, and flooring products in an emergency situation.
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