Contaminated Building Substance Remediation

Investigate. Evaluate. Clearing.

Hazardous building substances according to the definition of the Ordinance on Hazardous Substances are probably found in every building constructed in the twentieth century. This does not necessarily require dismantling. For existing substances such as non-friable asbestos products and carcinogenic mineral fibres, so-called old artificial mineral fibres (AMF), provisions can be made to protect the existing conditions. The need for a selective dismantling of hazardous building materials arises during demolition and renovations, after accidents caused by improper asbestos handling or in the case of an unacceptable risk to users or third parties.  We will support you in assessing the dismantling requirements.

Tasks

  • Establish a register of hazardous substances 
  • Evaluate stress situations
  • Inform users in coordination with the owner and authorities   
  • Monitor dismantling measures
  • Document success of the redevelopment and correct waste disposal

Our Services

  • Establish and document the hazardous building substances according to location, and quantity as well as emission behaviour
  • Evaluate the urgency of the remediation
  • Schedule information events
  • Develop dismantling- disposal concepts 
  • Obtain all regulatory approvals
  • Planning, carrying out, managing and technical supervision of the dismantling works and waste disposal
  • Overseeing compliance with all emissions and occupational health and safety measures

Your Benefits

  • Hazard prevention for users and third parties 
  • Acceptance of the exposure by the user 
  • Speedy demolition- and renovation works without delays or accidents 
  • Scheduling, planning and cost security
  • Expert assistance
  • Years of experience and local knowledge
  • Regional networking
  • Interdisciplinary services from one provider

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