How do I get a quote to clear the fly tipped asbestos?
Will I be provided a certificate of disposal for the fly tipped asbestos?
Yes, we will email you your asbestos consignment note within 14 days or payment being received/work being completed. This will show that the asbestos has been correctly disposed of, at which hazardous disposal site and who has disposed of it for you.
Will you come to my area to collect the fly tipped asbestos?
If you are based in England, then yes. We have vans covering the whole of England. For our soonest availability, please ensure you let us know the postcode during your initial enquiry. We aim to complete the work within a week, but this is subject to availability.
How do I book the collection?
If you are happy with the quote provided, you can let us know you would like to book by replying to our quote. Alternatively, if you would prefer to speak to someone in person, you can call our office on 03301334610 and select option 1 to go through to the asbestos department.
Have You Been Fly Tipped?
Having rubbish dumped on your land is always annoying but it takes it to a new level when it is Asbestos that they are fly tipping so irresponsibly. Do not despair though, we have an experienced team and specialist vans that are well equipped to handle any kind of fly tipping incidents, including those containing hazardous material such as Asbestos.
What to do if you’ve had an Asbestos Fly Tipping Incident
If you’ve been a victim of fly tipped waste that contains Asbestos, you are going to want to get it cleared up quickly. After all it is not only unsightly but could also be harmful to your health if it is not handled properly. Even if it is only a small amount of Asbestos that is mixed in with other waste, it is recommended that you don’t attempt to deal with the issue yourself but get in touch with a proper licensed waste carrier who has the correct protective gear and will follow the correct procedures to get the fly tipped waste cleared up and disposed of safely.
It is a sad fact of life that many, less responsible people, will simply take the easy route of dumping (fly tipping) the waste making it someone else’s problem. This is mainly due to the additional precautions needed to handle materials such as Asbestos safely, making it more costly and time consuming.
We’ll respond quickly to any call for help in these kind of situations after all no one wants potentially hazardous material left lying around. We’ll have it appropriately bagged and sealed up and transported to a suitable disposal centre as soon as possible. We are fully licensed to carry waste and have all the appropriate PPE to handle hazardous waste containing Asbestos.
How to Ensure that your Asbestos Waste is Not Fly Tipped
If you are looking to get Asbestos waste removed from your property and disposed of there’s things you can check to make sure that your Asbestos waste material is not fly tipped by rogue traders but disposed of safely and completely inline with UK legislation.
- Make sure that any company that you employ to remove your Asbestos waste has the required waste carrier license.
- That all your waste is properly bagged, and the correct PPE is used throughout the process.
- When the job is complete you should get an Asbestos Disposal Certificate as proof that all the hazardous material has been handled safely and disposed of in accordance with regulations set down by the Environment Agency.
Why should the onus be on you?
Simply put, all fly tipped waste is the responsibility of the original owner no matter who is responsible for the actual act of dumping the rubbish on someone else’s land. Should the offending waste be traced back to you then you could and would face a hefty fine.
Whether you are the victim of Asbestos fly tipping or you are looking for a reliable company to dispose of your own waste rubbish responsibly, get in touch with JS Removals today for a quote and a quick response. Here’s some more useful information about our asbestos removal service.