Items filtered by date: November 2016 - Environmental Essentials

SWANSEA Council is looking to recover costs from the company that originally carried out an asbestos survey at Kingsway's former Oceana nightclub building.

 

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Environmental Essentials have just unveiled to employees their new people platform – The EEL Success Factory.

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ASBESTOS was found on Sydney Harbour Bridge 10 months ago – but the public has only just been told about it.

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Environmental Essentials are proud to announce their continued sponsorship of Derbyshire County Cricket Club, fast bowler, Ben Cotton.

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Environmental Essentials (EE) have partnered with Sutton Coldfield Training (SCT) to promote learning and development within the workplace by offering free apprenticeships to all employees.

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Tuesday, 01 November 2016 14:33

Asbestos in schools in the news again

Hundreds of Derbyshire schools containing asbestos has cost a council more than £400,000 in compensation.

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  • South East office set for growth with exciting new appointment >

    Environmental Essentials are delighted to welcome Lewis Leopard onto the senior management team as Regional Development Manager for London and Read More
  • Asbestos Management Practical Workshop >

    In August Environmental Essentials delivered a new seminar, The Asbestos Management Practical workshop, as a joint initiative with leading licensed Read More
  • New Study Hopes to Improve Early Detection of Mesothelioma >

    Researchers in Germany have developed a novel blood test for mesothelioma cancer that could lead to earlier detection of the Read More
  • Asbestos in Scotland is a 'ticking health timebomb' >

    The use of asbestos across Scotland has created a “ticking time bomb” for those exposed to the substance, experts have Read More
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