Learn more about Asbestos Removal in Dartford
While the centre of Dartford provides great opportunities for commercial developments, the surrounding semi-rural villages offer green, tranquil settings to residents. The constant development and renovation of exciting new properties means that there is an increased need for proper, regulated removal of commercial and construction waste.
The Dartford Borough Council offers a waste removal and recycling service, as well as a paid-for garden waste scheme to residents. The Household Waste and Recycling Centres in the borough are all owned and run by Kent County Council. Serco is the local waste contractor in the area.
The Council also offers clinical and bulky waste collection services – more details on which items are permitted and how collections can be arranged are available on the Borough website.
There are also various private waste removal companies available in the area, these companies will be able to provide services for specialist waste removal such as asbestos removal which can not be disposed of in council-run general waste and recycling bins.
Hazardous waste removal, including asbestos removal should be done according to regulations to avoid damage to the environment and to the health of residents. This includes the removal of hazardous waste, which may contain asbestos. Dartford generates approximately 1.3 million tonnes of construction waste and over 70,000 tonnes of hazardous waste a year, of which asbestos removal contributes a small amount, however it is one of the most harmful types of hazardous waste for human health you will deal with.