Asbestos refers to a group of naturally occurring mineral fibres with impressive properties of flexibility, tensile strength and insulation. Because of its versatility it was widely used in construction, becoming one of the most popular building materials, especially in Australia from the 1940’s through to the late 1980’s. It’s estimated that one in three homes built in Australia contain asbestos products. In total Asbestos was used in over 3000 products, the vast majority of these were used in the building industry and added in the form of bonded asbestos cement materials including roofing, fencing, sidings and exterior wall cladding. It is also common to find asbestos used in roofing and guttering, fencing, carports and more.
Asbestos poses a significant health risk to anyone who works or lives in close proximity to it, particularly if materials are damaged or disturbed, which becomes a reality in the normal wear and tear of your home across its lifespan. Because of this, it’s important to have a safe way to dispose of these hazardous materials. Luckily, Bargain Bins are the experts when it comes to Asbestos removal in Sydney. Whether it’s from your home, office or building site, we can drop off and collect specialist Asbestos skip bins specifically for this purpose.
When it comes to Asbestos removal it’s also good to know you’re complying with all relevant legislation. With such a hazardous material there is a risk of a fine if you are not fully equipped and informed. That’s where we come in. As trained professionals with extensive experience identifying and removing Asbestos from a range of home, office and work sites, we’ll safely collect your skip and dispose of your asbestos, at a time that’s convenient for you.
When you’re dealing with potentially dangerous materials, it’s essential that you use a trusted and professional company for your asbestos removal. Your health is a priority, so we make it our priority to provide a service that’s efficient and effective in removing your dangerous waste. It’s just the Bargain Bins way.