Ward launches asbestos drop off service

29 September 2020

United Kingdom-based metal and waste recycling specialist, Ward, has launched a new asbestos drop off service for smaller loads or one-off jobs.

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Ward has launched the service for commercial and residential customers with smaller loads

Asbestos is dangerous to human health and must be disposed of safely by a licensed contractor. It is Launched this month, the new service for the safe disposal of cement-bonded asbestos is aimed at residential and commercial customers.

Operations director Donald Ward said: “There are often cases where trades’ or householders working on smaller projects in renovations of older properties or home DIY-ers dismantling a garage or lean-to unexpectedly find themselves with asbestos for disposal.

“We’ve launched the new service so that people can easily book in and drop off cement-based asbestos and be sure that it will be disposed of in a safe and responsible way.”

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Asbestos is dangerous to human health and must be disposed of by a licensed contractor

He added that Ward has two sites in the English midlands able to accept loads less than 150 kg (330 lb).

With typical waste recycling rates over 95%, Ward has a turnover of more than £150 million (US$193 million and employs over 400 people.


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