As a licensed hazardous waste carrier we can undertake waste collection from residential and non-residential sites – providing our customers with the confidence that their asbestos waste will be disposed of safely in accordance with relevant legislation.
Carriers Licence Number : CBDU10709
Permit Number: EPR/AB3596FZ
Safe Contractor Approved
Our Newport waste transfer station also provides an asbestos disposal service for local residents and businesses. read more
It is in many of the common materials used in the building trade that you may come across in commercial and domestic property renovations.
Environmental Waste Services received from the client and external Refurbishment & Demolition Asbestos Survey for the proposed demotion of the existing house. All utilities to the property were disconnected by the relevant suppliers with full certification prior to the works commencing onsite. EWS carried out a full internal and external soft strip to include all non-licensed asbestos as per the external survey carried out, which was taken off site to a licensed disposal site accompanied with the relevant consignment notes. All non-hazardous fixtures and fittings were removed prior to demolition works and taken off site accompanied with the relevant DOC notes. The wooden structure of the building was taken down and placed into 35yd open top skips using the appropriate machinery, which was then loaded into 35yd open top skips for disposal off site. The client was extremely satisfied with all aspects of the works from start to finish.view project
We carry out the following forms of demolition in the South West & South Wales Areas Small Domestic Buildings and Outbuilding demolitions Site clearance, small and large we carry out all forms of demolition contracts
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Environemental Waste Services we're called in to tackle a pile of hazardous waste which had been dumped at a site in Marshfield today by Newport City Council.
The waste included a quantity of asbestos, along with other general rubbish, and a road closure was put in place around the site to enable a safe clean-up.
Source: South Wales Argus