Asbestos Removal

Ireland's Asbestos Removal Experts

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Trusted Asbestos Removal Service in Ireland

Welcome to Kollect, your trusted partner for comprehensive asbestos removal services in Ireland. We specialize in safe and sustainable asbestos removal to protect your business, employees, and the environment. Our comprehensive Services Include: Asbestos Inspections, Safe Asbestos Removal, Disposal and Recycling, Emergency Response, Compliance Assistance

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Commercial Asbestos Removal

  • Office building
  • Hotels
  • Hospitals
  • Shopping centres
  • Banks
  • Schools
  • Farms

Industrial Asbestos Removal

  • Large Scale Asbestos Roof Removal
  • Kingspan Panel Reinstatement
  • Large Scale Contaminated Land Remediation
  • Large Scale Asbestos Floor Tile Removal
  • Bitumen Adhesive Floor Grinding

How does it work?

1. Get a quote

Give us a call directly or book a call and one of our agents will give you call. We'll get a sense of your requirements and get a quote over to you.

2. Book a site visit

Once you give us the go ahead, we'll book you in for the agreed date for our partners to go out to the site.

3. Asbestos Removal

On the appointment, our partners will visit the site and safely remove the asbestos for you. Our partners will take the waste away with them.

Legally Certified for Asbestos Removal

Our Partners are legally certified for asbestos removal, ensuring that all procedures are carried out safely and in compliance with regulatory standards.

Our Commitment to Safety

Safety is paramount in asbestos removal. Our highly trained and certified partners follow stringent safety protocols to ensure a secure asbestos removal process. They maintain compliance with industry standards and regulations to guarantee a safe environment for your business.

Sustainability at the Core

Our commitment to sustainability goes beyond the removal process. Our partners recycle and dispose of asbestos materials responsibly, reducing our environmental footprint. We contribute to a cleaner, greener Ireland.

Exceptional Customer Service

We understand the unique needs of businesses. Our customer-centric approach means we work closely with you to tailor our services. Our responsive team is always ready to address your concerns and answer questions.

Urgent Requirement?

Contact Us for Emergency Removal

Why Use Kollect?

  • Nasdaq Listed Company
  • Trusted Partner of Major Brands
  • 1000s of Jobs Booked with us Each Week
  • Nationwide Next Day Services Available
  • Multi-Award Winning Company
  • Extremely Competitive Commercial Rates
  • Booking Portal with Live Job Data
  • Landfill Diversion
  • Detailed Reports & Traceability


Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring silicate minerals that were commonly used in building materials because of their fire-resistant, insulating, and strengthening properties.
Prolonged inhalation of asbestos fibers can lead to serious respiratory diseases, including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma.
Generally, buildings constructed or renovated before the 1980s might contain asbestos. To be certain, have materials tested by a certified asbestos professional.
Due to the health risks associated with asbestos exposure, it's recommended that asbestos removal is done by licensed professionals using appropriate safety precautions.
Typically, the area is isolated, professionals wear protective equipment, materials containing asbestos are carefully removed without breaking them into small pieces, and waste is disposed of according to regulations.
Asbestos waste should be wetted, sealed in heavy-duty plastic, labeled, and disposed of at a licensed hazardous waste facility.
In some cases, encapsulating (sealing) asbestos can be a safer and more feasible alternative to removal. A professional can assess which option is best for your specific situation.
We partner with the best local and national asbestos removal experts. We're your one stop shop for getting the best licensed asbestos abatement contractors for your requirements.
Depending on local regulations, air monitoring may be required after removal to ensure that all asbestos fibers have been effectively eliminated.
Yes, many countries have strict regulations regarding the handling, removal, and disposal of asbestos. It's important to familiarize yourself with these regulations or hire professionals who are compliant.
  1. Can I just paint over or cover asbestos materials?
    While encapsulating asbestos by painting over it or covering it may reduce the risk of fiber release, it's not a permanent solution, and future disturbances might still release fibers. Always consult with a professional.
  2. If asbestos is undisturbed, is it still a risk?
    Generally, asbestos that is in good condition and not disturbed does not release asbestos fibers into the air and, therefore, poses a lower risk. However, if the material becomes damaged or deteriorates, it can become a hazard.
  3. How long does asbestos removal take?
    The duration depends on the size of the area, the amount of asbestos, and the method of removal. Small jobs may take only a day, while larger projects can last weeks.
  4. Are there alternatives to asbestos that are safer?
    Yes, many modern materials provide similar benefits without the health risks. For example, fiberglass, cellulose, and foam insulations can be used as alternatives to asbestos insulation.
  5. Is there any safe level of exposure to asbestos?
    Any exposure to asbestos carries some risk, but long-term, repeated exposures generally carry the most significant risks.
If you suspect the presence of asbestos in your home or building, always prioritize safety and consider hiring professionals for assessment and potential removal.

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Government Grants for Asbestos Removal

In Ireland, the government offers grants to assist businesses with asbestos removal projects. These grants, provided by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), aim to promote safe and responsible asbestos removal practices. Contact us to learn more about eligibility and how we can help you access these valuable resources. Contact your local or provincial authority to find out if they offer a grant for asbestos removal.