Removing asbestos requires the utmost care and discipline. DDM undertakes all conceivable asbestos removal projects in The Netherlands and across the wider continent.**
DDM has the capability to remove all types of asbestos in the various risk classes. We have well-trained staff: expert regulators asbestos removal (Dtas) and expert removers (Davs).
Asbestos Remediation Projects
DDM is specialised in Asbestos Remediation Projects. The emphasis is on removing asbestos in Offices ,hospitals, factories and industrial buildings, as well as process plant and equipment. Often it concerns extensive projects, where our expert employees make the difference. All our removers are also trained in dismantling work; they are multi-disciplined.
Own purpose built asbestos enclosure in the Meern
At the location of our head office in De Meern we have our very own purpose built asbestos enclosure, including full containment. A unique concept that fully complies with the strictest standards in the field of asbestos removal. DDM is one of the few companies with this specialism on our own site. In our asbestos enclosure we sanitize asbestos from, among other things, trains, trams, steam boilers, boilers, valves and flanges.
For the Netherlands we are in possession of the process certificate asbestos removal. For Belgium We have the ministerial recognition and the BELAC certificate, for Germany we have ministerial recognition according to Trgs par. 39 Abs. 1 Gefahrstoffverordnung Asbestos Abbruch und Sanierung.
What does DDM do exactly?
The removal of asbestos is as follows:
- Recording of the project using the Asbestos inventory report.
- Take care of an asbestos work plan with all related reports.
- Qualified employees remove the asbestos in a safe and responsible manner.
- The asbestos is packaged and disposed of in accordance with the regulations.
- After the removal of the asbestos and the cleaning of the environment, the location is released.
- Full administrative handling.
DDM works in the following sectors:
- Iron & Steel
Safety First! Always.