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Asbestos Removal Services

You can count on Chess Environmental Ltd to not only meet, but exceed all your needs and requests. Learn more about the services we provide below, and let us know if you’d like to learn more about a specific offering.


Licenced Asbestos Removal

Chess Environmental hold a Full Licence issued by the HSE.

If you have 'Notifiable' asbestos issues such as

  • Asbestos Insulation Board

  • Pipe Insulation

  • Sprayed coatings

Works with these asbestos materials MUST LEGALLY be conducted by a contractor holding a Full Licence. 

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Non-Licenced asbestos removal

This refers to 'non notifiable' materials such as

  • Asbestos Cement (roofing, flues etc)

  • Textured Decorative Coatings

  • Floor tiles, Linoleum & Bitumen

  • Asbestos impregnated paper

  • Most textiles

Our operatives are all fully trained  for safe removal and handling of all materials and we can take care of all access issues in line with safe practices, including scaffolding and motorised lifts.

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Soil Remediation

Chess Environmental Ltd has worked closely with developers for many years and has become renowned for their high level of expertise in handling complex contamination projects.
Technically minded, with unparalleled insight into how best to manage affected materials, we instinctively know which remediation approach to use for the land’s intended use and project budget.

From laboratory analysis to removal/separation of materials, we specialise in the transformation of development sites in accordance with the latest legislation in construction and environmental standards.


Asbestos Surveys

All commercial and landlord-run buildings must be surveyed to find any asbestos containing materials (ACMs) and where they are found, a management plan put in place.

The whole survey team here at Chess Environmental are qualified to British Occupational Hygiene Society standards and have many years’ worth of experience inspecting properties; ranging from small houses to large industrial sites.

Understanding the Duty To Manage Regulations

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