Our specialist operatives are rigorously trained to remove asbestos correctly so that the attendant risks are minimised as much as is possible. Our process involves, assessing your site, assisting you in identifying, measuring and quantifying the risk and providing advice on removal options in conjunction with occupational hygienists.
All our work is carried out in accordance with the Safe Work Australia Code of Practice 2011 – How to Safely Remove Asbestos. We also comply strictly with all relevant state and territory regulations. White Springs undertakes the removal of non-friable and friable materials, including:
• Roof Sheeting
• Asbestos Fencing
• Asbestos fibre cement wall sheeting, ceilings and soffits
• Vinyl Floor tiles
• Asbestos water pipes, gutters and downpipes
• Asbestos backing sheets in electrical distribution boards
• Asbestos containing window putty and caulking
• Contaminated soil
• Friable vinyl sheeting
• Pipe lagging
• Roof insulation
• Contaminated soils
• Fire damaged asbestos wall and roof sheeting
• Asbestos dust and debris
• Fire retardant products
Dangers of Asbestos:
Here is a link to the Outreach Department of the Pleural Mesothelioma Center, an advocacy group that provides extensive information on asbestos and the diseases it causes.
Their site is dedicated to educating people on the dangers of asbestos and how to stay safe if they suspect it in their home.