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Asbestos Remediation & Management

Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral once widely used in construction materials for its heat resistance and durability, poses significant health risks when disturbed or damaged. Exposure to airborne asbestos fibres can lead to serious respiratory illnesses, including lung cancer and mesothelioma, making its proper management crucial.

Expert Assessment and Customised Solutions

At EESI, we offer comprehensive asbestos assessment and remediation services, drawing on over four decades of expertise in environmental management. Our accredited experts conduct thorough surveys and sampling, identifying asbestos-containing materials and assessing contamination levels. With a keen eye for detail and adherence to regulatory standards, we tailor remediation plans to address each client's specific needs, ensuring safe and effective removal and disposal of asbestos hazards.

Innovative Remediation Techniques Tailored To Your Needs

Well-versed in the latest technologies and innovative approaches, we employ advanced methods for asbestos remediation, including encapsulation, enclosure, and controlled demolition. Our solutions are scientifically grounded and environmentally sustainable, aimed at minimising disruption while maximising safety. With a commitment to excellence and a focus on long-term risk reduction, EESI delivers trusted asbestos remediation services that prioritise the well-being of communities and the preservation of our environment.

Asbestos Services by EESI include:
  • Identification and Management
  • Asbestos in Soils Assessment and Remediation
  • Monitoring

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