The disposal of asbestos is a more complex process than disposal of other special waste and may involve homes (perhaps equipped with old roofs in Eternit) and companies.
Also called Eternit, it is a naturally-occurring mineral, consisting of silicates with a crystalline fibrous structure and above all, highly resistant to traction and the action of chemical agents. In the past, its virtuous characteristics meant that it was used in construction, in plaster, as an additive to cement, for insulation, in water pipes, flues and more.
Disposing of asbestos is recommended for all those buildings that still have outdated structures today. The presence of asbestos/Eternit in itself is not a risk to public health. Its hazardousness depends on the possible release of fibres into the environment, which becomes more likely when there are crumbling materials such as ceilings sprayed with acoustic cement or boilers. Compact materials, such as Eternit slabs or some linoleum floors, become hazardous if damaged (for example when a drill is used on them).
Removal and complete disposal are the most effective solution to removing risk and any potential source of exposure. This is a complex procedure that exposes operators to danger, and it produces a large quantity of special toxic and harmful waste that must be properly disposed of.
Contact us and we will handle the collection, transport and disposal of asbestos (and all special waste), following a shared remediation plan and relieving you of responsibilities. We will take on the bureaucracy and task of filling out the necessary documentation, manage the entire waste cycle, starting with identifying it and establishing the final destination (based on the degree of toxicity detected).
We respond to the needs of individuals and companies. We are at the service of citizens and entrepreneurs to meet all kinds of different disposal requests and actively defend and safeguard nature and the environment.
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