Leading asbestos removal contractor,  Caswell Group today they announced their support for the Daily Mirror's ‘asbestos timebomb' campaign and warned UK schools not to leave it too late to plan this summer's asbestos removal works.

The Caswell Group are reminding local authorities and schools that now is the time to plan out all asbestos removal works for the summer break.  It comes at a time when campaigners and experts are estimating that 90% of UK schools contain asbestos.  According to the Daily Mirror, between 1980 and 2005, 178 teachers died from mesothelioma, the lung disease caused by inhaling asbestos dust - and worryingly the number is rising.

Lee Caswell, Marketing Director explains:

"We know this a daunting subject for Headteachers and we are here to help.  We have a proven track record and considerable experience in removing asbestos from UK schools.  We work closely with our clients and tailor each solution precisely to their needs". 

He went on to say:

"We provide a high quality, cost effective and efficient service.  Any school who would like us to undertake a free (no-obligation) Audit/Review of their existing Asbestos Register should call our hotline on 01438 312 504".

The Caswell group specialise in Local Authority work and particular experience in asbestos removal projects in UK Schools.  They have recently worked on the following schools projects: Penrhys Infant & Community Centre in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Charter School, Dulwich, Hertfordshire County Council (County -wide schools emergency response), Caswell Group are also involved in a number of Building Schools for the Future (BSF) programme's  with Bouygues UK, which involve the demolition and refurbishment of schools across UK local authorities including St Paul's Way Community School, London Borough of Tower Hamlets and Bethnal Green Technology College.

The Caswell client-base boasts a number of high profile establishments from government bodies to private sector SME's.  Recent contracts include: £5,000,000 asbestos removal project at Lots Road Power Station, Chelsea; £1,100,000 asbestos removal project at West Burton Power Station for National Grid;£3,600,000 remediation project at Former Gas Works; £3,200,000 asbestos removal project at Savoy Hotel for Fairmont Hotels.

Sorry, there is nothing to display at the moment.