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‘D J Cleaning Ltd can offer deep cleanses and sanitisation of all rooms, surfaces, doors, door handles, equipment, vehicles, etc. to help minimise the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Fly tipping has become an ever growing problem in the UK with waste been illegally dumped both on local authority and private land. This can cause all manner of problems as to who is responsible for the clear up and disposal of waste, pollution to water causes and land etc. fly tipped waste also attracts vermin such as rats, it is also unsightly and can be hazardous to health.

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D J Cleaning Ltd have successfully removed a whale carcass that had been washed-up on the beach at Hornsea seafront and whilst under the watchful eye of the general public and East Riding of Yorkshire Council officials.

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The natural micro fibres of asbestos are robust, fireproof and resistant to most chemical reactions, making them practically invincible. These fibres are microscopic and can be ejected into the air if dislodged from the main body of the asbestos, which can occur due to anything from DIY and building renovation to gradual dispersal depending on its original application method.

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DJ Cleaning Ltd was asked to carry out guano removal from a redundant Victorian prison block. The building has been empty for some years, large amount of pigeons have been nesting in the roof voids and getting trapped in the lower parts of building which resulted in heavy contamination of guano, pigeon carcasses and debris associated with pigeons.

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An asbestos survey will highlight the types of asbestos present (if any) and their location within your property.

It is the responsibility of the Duty Holder of non-domestic premises to have an effective asbestos management plan in place, for example; landlords, property owners etc.

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You’ve surely heard of asbestos and probably realise that it’s a bad thing. However, whilst understanding that asbestos is hazardous, many people don’t know exactly what it is.

Asbestos actually refers to a set of six naturally occurring materials: chrysotile, crocidolite, amosite, anthophyllite, tremolite and actinolite. The visible threads of asbestos comprise millions of microscopic fibres, each of which are extremely durable, as well as resistant to fire and the majority of chemical reactions.

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