Bulk Identification

Sample analysis can be performed at any one of our UKAS accredited regional laboratories in Stoke, North Wales, Wakefield, Carwley, and Glasgow. We adapt to your turnaround requirements and service levels and will gladly analyse all samples submitted by hand while you wait!

We also offer an emergency service whereby our fully equipped laboratory vans can attend site and analyse both bulk material and air samples on site within a 4 hour response time.

Environmental Essentials participate in the AIMS (Asbestos In Materials Scheme) run by the Health and Safety Laboratory.

All our samples are analysed at our own, purpose built UKAS accredited laboratories. The AIMS scheme ensures that all of the UKAS accredited laboratories that take part are audited regularly in analysing materials thought to contain asbestos.

Our team of bulk analysts can turn samples around in 24hrs, depending on the urgency of the results. The results of this analysis can be, either emailed to you or you can use our online management system, Web Tracker, to keep all of your bulk analysis in one place.

All bulk analysis works are carried out in accordance with HSG248 “Asbestos: The analysts guide for sampling analysis and clearance procedures”

For more information on the services we offer, please call 0345 4569953 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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