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221 A Main Street, Bellshill, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom, ML4 1AJ

UKAS Accredited

ISO17025:2017

Checkatrade

Approved Member

Head Office

221 A Main Street, Bellshill, Lanarkshire, United Kingdom, ML4 1AJ

Welcome To Clyde Environmental Consultants

Asbestos services are essential for guaranteeing the safety of properties. Whether you have a residential, commercial, industrial, healthcare, or school building, our team is fully equipped to handle all of your asbestos needs. 

Asbestos Surveys, Testing & Air Monitoring Based In Bellshill, Lanarkshire, Covering Nationwide

Clyde Environmental Consultants, your trusted partner for comprehensive asbestos solutions. We specialise in providing top-quality asbestos-related services to ensure the safety and compliance of your property. We are UKAS accredited (No. 9102) for Asbestos Testing & Air monitoring with over 10 years of industry experience.

Contact us today to discuss your requirements and let us help you create a safer environment for everyone involved.

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Take Advantage Of Our Services

Looking for reliable asbestos services that you can trust? Look no further than Clyde Environmental Consultants. We are independent, impartial, fully qualified and insured.

When in search of a dependable and high-quality service, explore the services provided by us. We have the expertise and resources to meet your needs effectively.

Asbestos Sampling

Our qualified surveyors can attend your premises and sample suspect materials. Samples will then be analysed in the laboratory and the certificate will be provided.

Asbestos Bulk Analysis

The only way to know for sure whether a material contains asbestos is to test it. Our Asbestos Testing services are UKAS accredited (NO. 9102) for undertaking bulk sample analysis for Asbestos.

Asbestos Surveys

An asbestos survey is an effective way to help you manage asbestos in your premises. It is recommended that you arrange a survey if you suspect asbestos in your premises from the experts.

Air Monitoring

Air Testing is recommended following an asbestos works, asbestos disturbances & asbestos removal work. We offer a full range of UKAS accredited (No. 9102) asbestos air testing & monitoring services.

Project Management

We can handle the asbestos project management for your removal or remedial works project, from the initial planning phase to final completion, ensuring full compliance & providing you peace of mind.

Training

IATP approved asbestos awareness online training course covering the essential information regarding asbestos such as the different types, the dangers, employee responsibilities and emergency procedures.

UKAS Accredited

FAQS

Asbestos, a naturally occurring mineral, has been widely used in the construction industry due to its heat and chemical resistant properties. However, due to numerous health concerns linked to prolonged exposure to asbestos fibers, their usage has been banned or regulated in a majority of countries. Asbestos can be found in various products like cement sheets, insulation, roof tiles, and even car brakes. Though the usage of asbestos has decreased in recent years, older buildings constructed before the regulations might still contain asbestos in their insulation, ceiling tiles, and other products. It is important to take necessary precautions when dealing with potential asbestos-containing materials, including calling a professional to conduct asbestos testing before any renovation work is done.

When asbestos fibres are inhaled, they can penetrate deep into the lungs and cause lung damage, scarring, and even cancer over time. Mesothelioma, a rare form of cancer that affects the lining of the lungs and abdomen, is often associated with asbestos exposure. The risk of developing asbestos-related diseases increases with the amount and duration of exposure. Even a brief exposure to the substance can be dangerous, making it crucial to take precautions and seek medical attention if you suspect that you've been exposed to asbestos.

Asbestos exposure is a serious health concern, so it's important to take proactive steps in protecting yourself. Firstly, review if your home or workplace has any asbestos-containing materials present and ensure they are properly labelled and contained. Always wear the appropriate respiratory protection when handling these materials or when in areas where asbestos may be disturbed. Regularly wash your work clothes and avoid bringing them home. Be aware of the symptoms of asbestos-related diseases and seek medical attention immediately if you experience any. Taking these safety measures can help reduce your risk of asbestos exposure and ensure your health remains a top priority.