|Asbestos, otherwise known as the ‘Hidden Killer’ is a hazardous and highly toxic material that, if you are exposed to it, could be fatal. However, it’s still found in buildings across the country. It was popularly used in the past due to its many helpful building properties, such as its resistance to fire and affordability. If you are concerned that a building you frequently visit hasn’t been tested, book our asbestos survey London to settle those worries, we’re here to help.|
Made from six naturally occurring fibres, the three commonly used types in the UK were; blue (crocidolite), brown (amosite) and white (chrysotile). Asbestos can be damaging and cause long-term health issues to those working on construction sites and anyone who comes into close contact with it. As we are now fully aware of the damages that are caused by this material, health and safety measures have been implemented to control the risk of exposure and protect the removal workers.
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