For the removal of specific asbestos-related problems, proper rules and regulations should be followed. Asbestos should not be removed, thrown away, or removed in a way that breaks the laws.
There are many techniques for the safe removal of asbestos that should be ensured. Homeowners should never do anything about this because it is dangerous and can cause serious health problems if it isn't taken care of properly by a professional.
When it comes to removing asbestos, always seek out agencies that are licenced and certified. It's not worth putting your safety at risk by hiring an agency or lab that hasn't done much work in this area or isn't certified to do it.
Here at CleaningPRO Auckland, the experts determine the exact locations where Asbestos is present, and through a thorough inspection and strategy making, proper actions are taken.
Numerous diseases arise from asbestos exposure, including mesothelioma, lung cancer, and asbestosis. The fibres of asbestos are highly toxic, and they can create a high number of poisonous compounds. The chances of disease exposure increase as these fibres are nearly unidentifiable by the naked eye. Therefore, the chances of disease exposure decrease. If you breathe or eat these fibers, they get stuck in the linings of your stomach, lungs, and heart, causing health problems.
Steps For Asbestos Removal
For the removal of Asbestos from a property clearly, the mentioned steps are done
For inspection purposes and to determine if there is any asbestos present, a proper visual inspection is conducted on a certain number of materials. This is the first step in the identification and removal process of asbestos in an area. The assessment report created by the identification of asbestos gives a clear visual of the presence of asbestos. The point is that our experts are highly qualified in the identification and removal of asbestos and its residuals.
Appointing highly qualified experts for the removal of asbestos is also approved and recommended by the law. Removing asbestos from a certain area proves itself to be a highly effective act, as asbestos itself is extremely dangerous for human life. We help ourselves in the removal of asbestos by preparing techniques for removing asbestos from a site, making them highly effective "removing material." Remove material that is prepared is sensitive to asbestos and proves to be highly toxic to asbestos. After it is applied to the asbestos, the material is disposed of in a profoundly grounded place so that it can have no more effect on human life.
At some points, the asbestos is not entirely removed, so it is preferred to seal off the material as it is, so that it can prove its effectiveness on the asbestos. The worries start when the seal becomes broken, and asbestos comes into contact with the air. But, when we seal the material containing asbestos removal, the seal can never break due to the high level of measures taken by our highly skilled team. The process that we carry out for the protection of the seal is known as the encapsulation process. In the process, asbestos seals are coated with sealants that protect the coating beneath them from getting broken. Asbestos cannot get out due to the protected sealant above the asbestos removal material seal.
Clearance certificates are offered to the owners as proof that they have successfully removed asbestos from their properties, buildings, or sites. This is proof to the government that the property is now a safe zone for humans and is being cleared from asbestos. Licensed asbestos removal is highly recommended by the government as it saves you time, money and is qualitative.
Not too toxic but dangerous, class A asbestos is typically known as friable asbestos. As suggested by the name, this type of asbestos is easily crumbled into its dry state. It can also be crushed up into dust after crumbling. This type of asbestos becomes highly hazardous if released into the air and inhaled by individuals. The main thing to notice here is that this class A asbestos can quickly come in contact with the wind and can also be inhaled easily by an individual.
Experts often come across pure asbestos as the percentage of asbestos, which is evident in Class A asbestos, can go up to 100%. Steps should be taken to make sure asbestos doesn't get into the air and then into people, which can cause dangerous problems.
The non-friable asbestos is also known as class B asbestos. This doesn’t get mixed up in the air, but it does get dissolved with materials like plastics or cement. This type of asbestos is commonly used for building structures because it provides firm strength to the base of any structure. The amount of this type of asbestos is relatively less, not more than 15%. Unlike Class A asbestos, it is thought to be safe as long as it is sealed, left alone, and taken care of.
A proper license, along with effective technologies, is needed for the removal of class B asbestos. When compared to removing regular class A asbestos, class B asbestos is a relatively simple task.
In around April 2018, new laws for the removal of asbestos came into effect, which included that there should be proper certification for the companies that are playing the role of asbestos cleaners.
We, the CleaningPRO team, are highly qualified individuals, holding proper certifications for asbestos removal along with appropriate measures and techniques. Our number one goal is to get rid of and reduce people's exposure to this dangerous chemical.
Why should you be concerned if you have asbestos in your environment? Give our team a call and we will be present at your doorstep to safely remove the asbestos causing trouble for you and your loved ones.