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Asbestos found in church organ means church closure over Christmas St James’s Church, Swansea, will close over the Christmas period due to asbestos being found in the church organ. There was supposed to be a schedule of various Christmas services taking place, but these have all had to be cancelled due to the discovery of […]Read the full article | Published Dec 21, 2016
Stoke Council taking five weeks to check homes for asbestos Stoke on Trent Council have employed specialist contractors to check empty homes for asbestos, but instead of the job taking just a couple of days it is taking five weeks! The reason, they say, is that there are delays in obtaining asbestos management reports for […]Read the full article | Published Dec 21, 2016
Congratulations to Armco Asbestos team member on P405 qualification We are very proud here at Armco Asbestos of one of our staff members, Amber Barrett, who recently studied and passed her P405 Qualification for Management of Asbestos in Buildings. Amber undertook the 4 day intensive asbestos training course back in August 2016 with AEC training […]Read the full article | Published Dec 07, 2016
More than 5000 Northern Ireland homes could contain asbestos The NI Housing Executive has revealed that hundreds of homes in Northern Ireland have been found to contain asbestos, with 5000 more to be inspected. They are currently in the process of removing asbestos from the existing homes. Andy Allen, Ulster Unionist representative said, “This means […]Read the full article | Published Dec 07, 2016
Asbestos compensation claims total £10m due to asbestos in schools Recent figures collated show that asbestos compensation claims are at an all time high. This is due to claims being made by people who have worked in schools and gone onto develop an asbestos related illness. Within the last 10 years, a total of 32 […]Read the full article | Published Dec 06, 2016