Just when you thought invisible asbestos fibres were the biggest problem you had, along comes a virus that is causing major disruption around the world.
At ASL we are used to working in a confined bubble and dealing with a contaminant that you can’t really see that can damage your lungs. Unfortunately just like asbestos ignoring this problem won’t make it go away. You need to follow the advice and procedures that the government has put in place to keep not just you but everyone safe so we can all get through this. If you need any advice on keeping yourself and your family safe, give us a call.
ASL have scaled down our administration services, but we continue to provide support for essential businesses during this Level 4 lockdown with core asbestos removal and management services operational.
For Covid-19 updates visit the Ministry of Health website here.
We are a recognised industry authority on Asbestos management and removal in commercial and industrial situations. That’s why we provide Asbestos air testing checks as well as expert treatment, removal, and disposal of any area affected by Asbestos no matter the size or scope. Keep yourself, your staff, and the public safe with minimal disruption to your business with our ongoing Asbestos management and monitoring plans.
We identify Asbestos in soils, and are a licensed Asbestos removalist of contaminated soils. All Asbestos waste and contaminated soil removal is disposed of as Asbestos waste in a place designated and approved for the purpose.
We manage the entire process of removing Asbestos from your home, from initial Asbestos identification and testing to complete removal, disposal, and remediation of Asbestos-containing materials such as roofing, flooring, insulation, and cladding. We also supply post-removal Asbestos air monitoring and re-occupation certifications.
Expert Asbestos Testing & Removal
Asbestos Solutions Ltd – Thorough, Certified Asbestos Testing, Disposal & Removal New Zealand-Wide
At Asbestos Solutions Ltd we have over 30 years of experience testing, managing, and disposing of Asbestos. A recognised industry authority on Asbestos across New Zealand, our qualified and highly trained Class A and Class B removalists help make the process of complying with your otherwise complex obligations under the new legislation – Health and Safety Act 2015 – a simple one.
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Asbestos Containing Materials
Does Your Home Or Business Contain ‘Asbestos Containing Materials’ (ACM)?
According to Worksafe New Zealand asbestos has been found in over 3000 building products.
The three most common types of Asbestos used in New Zealand are Chrysotile (white Asbestos) which is used in over 95% of products, Amosite (brown Asbestos), and Crocidolite (blue Asbestos). While it is more likely that Asbestos is present in certain building materials produced prior to 1970, it can not be assumed that there is no Asbestos present in newer builds without proper testing.
Complete Asbestos Removal
We Cover The Whole Process From Start To Finish
The systems, procedures, and processes we have developed to manage your Asbestos project ensure that your staff and customers are kept safe with minimal disruption to your business.
The first part of our process is to have a sample and survey completed by our sister company Asbestos Risk Management Limited or another suitably qualified survey professional.
Following the survey work, with no obligation or cost, we are happy to provide you with removal or remediation costs.
We are a WorkSafe licensed Class A, Class B Removal Company.
All asbestos waste is transported to a licensed Hazardous Waste landfills for burial.
The final step of the process is an independent assessment of the property.
Knowledge Is Power
The widespread use of asbestos over the years is quite scary when you see the products that were available to consumers before we were educated about the dangers of asbestos.
Request an Appraisal
If you have concerns about asbestos at your property, leave your details with us and our asbestos experts will be in touch to discuss the likelihood of any asbestos hazards and the appropriate steps to take.