STAND NUMBER: 5S90

Exhibiting at The Contamination Series

ACE Consultants

ACE has been providing Asbestos Consultancy Services since 1984. In July 2018 ACE achieved UKAS accreditation for identification, qualification and quantification of asbestos in soils. Our bespoke facility in Halesowen and a further larger laboratory planned in Bristol will enable ACE to offer clients access to cutting edge analytical techniques, advice and consultancy to identify, manage, mitigate and where necessary remediate asbestos contaminated ground.

This latest milestone supports our existing services. Advising clients of best practice regarding all asbestos projects is of the upmost importance to ensure regulatory compliance, minimal disruption, cost savings and efficiencies. We are able to advise clients in accordance with The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012: Interpretation for Managing and Working with Asbestos in Soil and Construction & Demolition materials: Industry Guidance (CAR-SOIL) and CIRA: Asbestos in soil and made ground: a guide to understanding and managing risks (C733, SP168).
Technical advice and services we provide clients regarding contaminated soil and its removal include:

• Advice on regulatory compliance
• Desktop studies
• Establishing presence and extent of asbestos
• Background air fibre monitoring
• Identify potential for asbestos exposure adjacent to contaminated land
• Determine whether there is a Significant Possibility of Significant Harm (SPOSH)
• Identify if soil requires asbestos remediation
• Advice on sampling strategies
• Design quantitative soil risk assessments
• Project management

• Advice on necessary notifications
• Identification of services
• Designing service location plan
• Designing project risk assessments
• Designing technical specifications & methodology
• Tendering to subcontractors
• Conducting site visits
• Reviewing subcontractor RAMS
• Design & procure ground investigation in accordance with BS10175:2011 + A1:2013 and CLR11
• Permit to work management

• Conducting inductions and site briefings
• PPE and equipment checks
• Determine waste acceptance criteria
• Waste classification, management, and disposal in accordance with Technical Guidance WM3: Guidance on the classification and assessment of waste
• Boundary air monitoring
• Auditing
• Monitoring decontamination and dust suppression techniques
• Site clearance
• Managing reinstatement

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