Our services cover Domestic and Commercial contracts and we are able to offer the same high quality service to all of our clients regardless of the size of the job.
Treego Asbestos operates teams of highly trained and committed personnel and is dedicated to advancing safe working practices through training and management systems.
We pride ourselves on the strength of our workforce and the ability of our managers to provide a concise and safety – lead approach to working in this demanding industry.
Whether you are a new company starting up who needs legal advice on the laws regarding asbestos, an established business who needs a survey carried out, or a someone that needs asbestos removing and disposing of, we can meet all of your business and individual needs.
Why is asbestos dangerous?
Asbestos fibres are present in the environment in Great Britain so people are
exposed to very low levels of fibres. However, a key factor in the risk of
developing an asbestos-related disease is the total number of fibres breathed
in. Working on or near damaged asbestos-containing materials or breathing in
high levels of asbestos fibres, which may be many hundreds of times that of
environmental levels can increase your chances of getting an asbestos-related
Asbestos related diseases won't affect immediately but later on in life, so
there is a need for you to protect yourself now to prevent you contracting an
asbestos-related disease in the future. It is also important to remember that
people who smoke and are also exposed to asbestos fibres are at a much greater
risk of developing lung cancer.
When these fibres are inhaled they can cause serious diseases which are
responsible for around 10.000 deaths a year. There are four main diseases caused
by asbestos: mesothelioma (which is always fatal), lung cancer (almost always
fatal), asbestosis (not always fatal, but it can be very debilitating) and
diffuse pleural thickening (not fatal).