asbestos encapsulation Articles

  • BLDGTEC Asbestos Encapsulation

    DON’T DISTURB THE ASBESTOS by removal, disposal and buried in Our environment, this consider to be ( Hazardous solution ) but the Practical and safer solution from our evaluation as BLDGTEC IS “ ASBESTOS ENCAPSULATION ” by using our unique NUKOTE COATING SYSTEMS. It is well documented that improper removal of asbestos can be far more hazardous than if the asbestos is not removed at all. Our ...


    By BLDGTEC

  • Asbestos Diseases

    What happens when we breathe? When we take a deep breath, the air goes down the wind-pipe (or trachea) into the middle of the chest. There the trachea divides into two, then four, then eight - ...

  • Asbestos the Problem and the Solution

    DON’T DISTURB THE ASBESTOS by removal, disposal and buried in Our environment, this consider to be ( Hazardous solution ) but the Practical and safer solution from our evaluation as BLDGTEC IS “ ASPESTOS ENCAPSULATION ” by using our unique NUKOTE COATING SYSTEMS. It is well documented that improper removal of asbestos can be far more hazardous than if the asbestos is not removed at all. Our ...


    By BLDGTEC

  • The Asbestos Management and Maintenance Program

    STEP ONE: ASSESSMENT AND SURVEYThe first step of the Asbestos Management Program is to do an asbestos survey to assess the location, identify the type of asbestos, the condition of the asbestos and identify a maintenance record. This asbestos inventory or assessment is usually carried out by an independent consulting firm. This assessment or survey will include: Identification and location of the ...


  • Asbestos in the Home and School

    This section discusses the presence of asbestos in houses, rental apartments, schools and other public buildings, and has a list of useful EPA contacts.   Does Your House Contain Asbestos? ...

  • Asbestos in Buildings: Practical Guidelines for Building Owners

    Practical guidelines for building owners Overview Friable asbestos-containing materials are present in many public and commercial buildings, schools and factories built before the mid-70's. Regulations in Ontario and some other provinces require building owners and property managers to put in place asbestos control programs, once they are aware of the presence of friable asbestos-containing ...


  • Bournemouth Airport – Case Study

    Project Highlights Envirochem are responsible for organising all consultant and analytical works relating to the removal of all asbestos containing materials from a busy working airport. Our work and advice ensured that the airport maintained its high standards and the airports customers and staff are able to operate in a safe and ...

  • Bolderwood Campus Southampton – Case Study

    Project Highlights Envirochem were responsible for organising all consultant and analytical works relating to the removal of all asbestos containing materials from a busy biomedical sciences facility. Our work and advice ensured that both the university and demolition contractor were able to proceed with their building project within a ...

  • Control Technique Dynamics Limited – Case Study

    Project Highlights Envirochem managed and offered the complete package at the best price to fit the clients time restraints and allowing continued unaffected work within the factory. Envirochem utilised asbestos licensed scaffolders, electricians, ceiling fixers, and asbestos removers. Keeping the continuation of the project and overflow of ...

  • Need a swifter, safer way to mop up toxic waste? Blue goo may do.

    Scouring radioactive waste usually means just that. Scrub with soap and water, pails and brushes. Repeat. If it sounds messy, it is—and dangerous too for those exposed to dust and contaminated wastewater.  Hawaii-based CBI Polymers says it's come up with a better way to clean up nuclear waste. The firm's blue goo may not look high-tech; all you do is pour it. But as the ...


    By METIS Scientific

  • Case Study: Arjo Wiggins Factory Site, North Hykeham

    In January 2000, Blackwell were appointed as the main contractor for the remediation of an industrial site in Lincolnshire. The site was formerly used in the manufacture of thermal papers, had become contaminated with metalliferous mercy, zinc and asbestos. Site remediation was primarily driven by high ground water vulnerability. Following a comprehensive option study, volume reduction by Soils ...

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