Eton Environmental Group Ltd is a leading health & safety building compliance company providing a range of asbestos surveys, fire risk management and online legionella training We also provide legionella risk management, energy performance certificates, lead paint surveys and pigeon droppings removal.

We are recognised as an industry leader in the asbestos survey and management field, holding UKAS accreditation for asbestos surveys, including asbestos management surveys, asbestos refurbishment surveys and asbestos demolition surveys. We also provide asbestos awareness training, asbestos air monitoring and asbestos laboratory analysis, as well as expert witness for legal matters relating to asbestos.

In addition, we are experts in the provision of health & safety inspections and risk assessments, fire risk assessments, energy performance certificates and legionella risk assessments. Among the other  accreditations we currently hold are Safecontractor and BS OHSAS 18001.

With 55 staff working in offices in North East England, North West England, Midlands and the South, we offer unrivalled national coverage and clients who take advantage of our services include Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, Willmott Dixon, Pizza Hut, River Island, Safe Style, The Crown Estate, Capita and CBRE.

We make compliance simple, so if you would like to speak to us in more detail about your requirements please do not hesitate to contact us on 01325 366886.

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