UN Certified to meet the latest UK legislation for Asbestos Waste removal. The asbestos bags are heavy duty 900mm x 1200mm H/duty asbestos bags & can hold 30kg. All asbestos waste should be double bagged, placing the waste into the red bag first and then the clear asbestos bag & securely sealing. 1000 bags £ 460 ex vat
UN Certified to meet the latest UK legislation for Asbestos Waste removal. The asbestos bags are heavy duty 900mm x 1200mm H/duty asbestos bags & can hold 30kg All asbestos waste should be double bagged, placing the waste into the red bag first and then the clear asbestos bag & securely sealing.
£ 46 per 100 bags
Asbestos Waste Bags are available to purchase in both red and clear bags
Only poly sheeting is categorised in “Gauge” which must be over 1000g for the Asbestos Industry.
Asbestos bags must be UN certified and are classified according to the weight the bags would hold. This ranges from 10Kg bags which are cheaper, 20KG bags up to the heaviest duty Asbestos Bags at 30KG. It is important not to overfill the asbestos bags so that they do not split so would advise using 30kg bags as they are less likely to split and expose dangerous asbestos fibres. Asbestos bags must be correctly UN certified and coded for as asbestos.
02. Are there different Asbestos Bags available?
Asbestos bags are classified based on the weight of asbestos waste that they can carry. The cheapest bags can only carry 10kg & the heaviest duty bags 30kg. The bags are 900 x 1200 in size however the thickness is based on the weight they have been designed to carry. Ie 30Kg will be thicker than a 20kg of a 10kg bag.
Be careful what KG bag you are actually buying. Cheap asbestos bags will likely be low KG bags.
It is advisable to use the heaviest duty 30kg asbestos bags as they are less likely to split from over loading and therefore less likely to expose dangerous asbestos fibres.
The Asbestos bags also come in 2 different colours Red & Clear Asbestos bags. The red bag is slightly smaller than the clear bag. All waste needs to be double bagged. The waste is placed in the red bag and then this should be placed in the clear bag along with any PPE and salad with tape.
03. What bags should I use for Asbestos Waste?
Only the correct UN Certified Asbestos bags legislated for use in the UK with full asbestos coding visible should be used. The Asbestos bags come as both red and clear waste bags, with the red bag slightly small than the clear bag. The asbestos waste needs to be placed in the red bag being careful not to damage or break up the asbestos & then sealed. Do not overfill the bag, leave enough space to be able to seal with tape. You will then need to place the red bag and your PPE into the clear bag and seal properly again
N.B Always wear the correct Asbestos PPE when handling asbestos.
04. How to properly dispose of Household Asbestos?
How to Contain The Asbestos Waste
Asbestos Waste- ie Asbestos Cement Garage Roof or shed
Double bag in red/clear UN Certified 900x1200 bags-Dampen down any cement to stop fibres spreading
Asbestos insulation-ie infill panels and partitions
Wet the insulation
Double bag in red/clear UN Certified 900x1200 bags
If insulation wrapped around pie dispose of whole pipe.
Asbestos Pipe-ie Cement
Seal broken ends
Double bag small pieces or fragments, dampen