Asbestos surveys & removal from BLS Asbestos
BLS Asbestos Limited is an asbestos survey and removal specialist for both the domestic and commercial sectors. We have over 30 years experience working in the Bradford, Leeds, Manchester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Birmingham, Newcastle and London areas from our headquarters in West Yorkshire and office in London.
We work for clients in the manufacturing, construction, public and private sectors, whether individual domestic properties, small businesses or large scale commercial premises.
We provide a professional, competitive and prompt asbestos survey and asbestos removal service, alongside additional services including legionella surveys, noise and vibration assessments, COSHH assessments, manual handling and DSE assessments.
5th April 2018
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26th March 2018
Unsafe asbestos removal leads to fine for Gloucestershire construction firmA construction company in Gloucestershire has been fined following the unsafe and unlicensed removal of asbestos from a primary school.
Asbestos Removal for Santander in Sunderland
A superb project, completed within tight timescales.
Asbestos Removal for NHS Trust at Royal Berkshire Hospital
“We would strongly recommend this company for any further asbestos removal work.”
Asbestos Removal from The Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes
“A great pilot project completed on time; the staff were a pleasure to work with.”
Asbestos Removal at Leeds Demolition Site
BLS Asbestos was contracted to remove AIB and other asbestos containing materials from a property in Leeds listed for demolition.
Asbestos Removal for Major Construction Company in Warrington
BLS Asbestos Limited was contracted by one of their existing clients, a major UK Construction company securing new business in the North West.
Asbestos Removal at Grade I Listed Building
BLS Asbestos Ltd were contracted to remove all asbestos containing materials from the former light wells in this Grade I listed building in West Yorkshire in early 2017.