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Monday, 31 October 2016 14:10

Directors Snowdon charity climb

The Directors at Environmental Essentials Ltd are planning to climb Mount Snowdon in support of the ARCA Charity week and one of its nominated charities The Indee Rose Trust. 

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Residents living near the site of a huge factory blaze in Wolverhampton have been warned to avoid touching debris from the fire amid fears over an asbestos risk.

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We are proud to have supported the 'Building Better Futures' event, in conjunction with SCTG and CITB, to demonstrate our services to other local businesses and discuss employment opportunities with local young people and college leavers. 

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016 12:58

Bristol church fire prompts asbestos fear

On Sunday 16th October fire crews tackled a large blaze at a disused church in Bristol

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Thursday, 13 October 2016 12:29

Night club owner fined over asbestos exposure

A nightclub owner has been sentenced after admitting a failure to carry out a survey for asbestos before starting on the refurbishment in Greater Manchester.

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We are proud to announce that we will be exhibiting on stand C360, on the 12th and 13th October 2016, at the Contamination Expos series at the Excel arena in London.

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Pupils and staff are to move into their new £2.27 million temporary home next month while plans are underway to rebuild their old asbestos-riddled school.

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Thursday, 06 October 2016 11:33

Asbestos waste dumped in a Blackpool street

Fly-tippers have dumped 600kg of deadly asbestos in a Blackpool street. 

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Environmental Essentials have received ‘accreditation’ from three major health and safety assessment schemes in the UK, CHAS, Altius and SafecontractorAlcumus.

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Last week’s episode of the popular peak-time programme highlighted the quirky military antique. However BBC bosses have since been forced to issue a warning and apology, after it emerged such masks were often made with deadly asbestos in them.

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