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Best Practices for Dealing with Asbestos in the Workplace

October 3, 2016

Asbestos or asbestos containing material in the workplace can be very dangerous to the wellbeing of your staff. When asbestos is disturbed, dangerous fibres are released into the air which can cause serious diseases such as mesothelioma, asbestos-related lung cancer and asbestosis to name a few. If you discover asbestos in your work premises, it is imperative that you deal with it as soon as possible. If you’re unsure of the correct practices for dealing with asbestos, Envirocraft are here to help. Who is responsible for managing asbestos in the workplace? The responsibility to manage asbestos in a non-domestic property belongs…

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The benefits of recycling your hazardous waste

September 30, 2015

The term hazardous waste conjures up images of toxic sludge and glowing radioactive substances when really, you might be surprised to learn, the term also applies to quite a lot of common household and business waste. Simply speaking, hazardous waste encompasses any waste that can be harmful to the environment. Identifying hazardous waste Identifying some forms of hazardous waste, such as oils, fuels, solvents and paints, is relatively straightforward, however correctly identifying some hazardous waste can be much more tricky. Further examples of hazardous waste include: Asbestos Chemicals Batteries Solvents Pesticides Inedible oils Equipment containing ozone depleting substances, such as fridges…

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