Grove Environmental Solutions Ltd. provide safe and efficient asbestos removal from all buildings. With over 40 years combined expertise in asbestos removal processes, our management team are at the forefront of the asbestos removal industry in Ireland.
Our highly trained and experienced staff have worked on a wide range of asbestos removal projects, in multiple sectors including power generation, airports, rail, government buildings, education, healthcare, food industry, FMCG manufacturing and construction.
Our specialist equipment provides our ARCA trained employees with the tools necessary to carry out safe asbestos remediation procedures on your premises and provide a fully certified chain for asbestos waste disposal from your premises to the final disposal site.
The Safety Health and Welfare at Work Act (Exposure to Asbestos) Regulations 2006-2010 have placed a duty on employers to fully assess the risk of exposure to asbestos of their employees and to lay down the necessary measures to be taken to ensure the safety and health of employees.
Employers and building owners are now required to be proactive when it comes to managing asbestos in their buildings. At a minimum this requires an asbestos survey to be carried out on each premises.
Grove Environmental Solutions can assist you in this requirement, from providing initial advice on management of asbestos materials to and end solution in their removal.
The vast majority of asbestos removal processes are now notifiable by law to the Health and Safety Authority. Grove Environmental Solutions Ltd. can help you navigate this heavily regulated process and continue to successfully satisfy the needs of Health and Safety Authority audits.
Industrial Roofing & Cladding
Grove Environmental Solutions specialise in the overhaul of ageing asbestos roofs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is asbestos?
Asbestos is the name for a group of natural occurring mineral fibres which are strong and both heat and chemically resistant. Due to these properties, asbestos was commonly used in the past as insulation and fire proofing.
What is the risk from asbestos?
The risk associated with exposure to asbestos relates to the possibility that the fibres within the asbestos containing material (ACM) can become released into the air and are then inhaled.
Is asbestos banned?
It is now prohibited to use, re-use, sell or supply asbestos or asbestos containing materials or products. However products or materials containing asbestos, which were already installed or in service prior to the prohibition.