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  • 20/09/2019 0 Comments
    Safe Asbestos Removal

    The safe removal of asbestos is not an easy job. The task comes with many health and safety risks and there are numerous steps and precautions that must be taken to ensure that our team members, the building's occupants, and the general public are kept safe and unexposed from the dangers of disturbed asbestos.


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  • 06/09/2019 0 Comments
    Everyday Items That May Contain Asbestos

    Most people are aware that asbestos was used widely within the construction industry and that old buildings, ceilings and floor tiles may contain this dangerous substance. But did you know that asbestos was also widely used in manufacturing?

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  • 09/08/2019 0 Comments
    ​Maintaining an Asbestos Roof

    If you discover asbestos in your premises then you are legally required to either remove the asbestos or put in place a plan to ensure that the asbestos is managed and maintained in a safe state. Asbestos only becomes dangerous when it is disturbed and the harmful fibres become airborne. Maintaining your asbestos roof can be difficult to do, but at Asbestaway we have perfected our three step management approach.

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  • 26/07/2019 0 Comments
    Everything You Need to Know About Asbestos

    Asbestos was widely used in the construction industry for many years. And while you may not be aware of it, asbestos still exists in many homes and buildings. Asbestos is a highly dangerous material and prologues exposure can cause serious health problems. In order to protect yourself from asbestos, there are some important things you should know about this material.

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  • 05/06/2019 - Asbestaway 0 Comments
    The Dangers of Asbestos

    Recently the GoldenPages.ie published a profile about Asbestaway.

    Within this blog post, they discussed the history of Asbestos and how for over 4,000 years, this highly toxic material was used by human civilisations.

    The GoldenPages.ie also profiled our range of Asbestos removal services. Today we’d like to expand on some of the points raised by the GoldenPages.ie.

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