Mobile Laboratory

Emergency Response

Asbestos incidents can happen even when you take every possible care. Our Emergency Response services offer contingency planning and practical, on the spot assistance so you are fully prepared to cope.

Environmental Essentials have a fleet of purpose built Emergency Response Vehicles, fully equipped with state of the art extraction, microscopy and air sampling equipment.

Our mobile laboratories can respond to calls across the UK and we are one of the very few organisations able to carry out bulk sample analysis and report generation on site. Our consultants are also able to carry out reassurance air testing and even provide expert advice on how to manage incidents on site.

Environmental Essentials Emergency Response service can help you to minimise risk to your employees, the public and the environment, maintaining the integrity of your brand as well as meeting your legal obligations and avoiding prosecution.

For more information please contact us on 0345 4569953 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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