Asbestos Containing Materials (ACMs) should always be removed or remediated if they are considered to be in a poor condition, vulnerable to accidental disturbance or prior to any major refurbishment or demolition works. Any such asbestos containing materials can be located and identified in an asbestos survey report.
Carymar are fully licensed by the HSE for the removal of asbestos and our team of highly professional staff have the experience and the training to deliver a professional asbestos removal services throughout Scotland and the North of England.
We employ stringent quality control procedures and our operatives and management receive continuous training to ensure they are always up to date with the latest regulations and practices.
Carymar have both the experience and infrastructure to cater for asbestos removal projects of all scales – so when you choose Carymar you can be confident that each project is handled professionally and in accordance with Health and Safety guidelines and industry legislation’s.
Carymar are licensed by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) to transfer and dispose of all types of asbestos containing materials (ACMs). We always handle and dispose of such items with absolute safety and care via our in-house transfer station facility.
We are committed to environmental and sustainable practices and one of only a few asbestos companies to have achieved ISO 14001:2015. It is this commitment that encouraged our recent adoption of in-house recycling skips – removing all recyclable materials.
We know asbestos can be detrimental to anyone who might become exposed to asbestos fibres, therefore it is crucial that asbestos waste is disposed of safely and responsibly.
Carymar are fully licensed by the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency for asbestos disposal. Any waste that contains or is contaminated with asbestos must be double-bagged and placed in a covered, locked skip. This includes the safe disposal of any contaminated personal protective equipment (PPE).
Carymar store and transport all hazardous asbestos in a sealed container and clearly marked with an asbestos warning label.
We comply with the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency (SEPA) special waste regulations.
Asbestos can be found in various building materials, as well as various old household equipment. Asbestos in Household equipment might be; ovens, fire blankets, ironing boards, oven gloves and mitts. Asbestos was also once used in old brake pads in car vehicles. All of which, need to be disposed of as asbestos waste.