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Asbestos Survey & Investigation and Remediation

Asbestos Removal and Occupational Hygiene Services

DRYU conducted hygiene services for a proposed 2000 m2 warehouse project at Western Sydney. Environmental consulting services provided for the owner including:

The objective of the asbestos removal project was to replace the Super 6 roof for renovation in time and within budget. DRYU’s tailored solutions ensured the work in compliance with the health and safety legislation and codes of practice, industrial standard.

Tackling Environmental Challenges with Expertise

In the ever-evolving landscape of urban development, specific challenges persist, requiring not just expertise but a keen understanding of the delicate balance between nature and human advancement. One such issue, especially prevalent in older structures and lands, is the presence of asbestos. This is where Dr Upsilon Group Pty Ltd steps in, bridging the chasm between environmental concerns and modern developmental aspirations.

Asbestos Solutions Tailored for Sydney

Nestled in the heart of Sydney, we pride ourselves on being at the forefront of “asbestos soil remediation Sydney, asbestos survey Sydney.” Our comprehensive approach ensures that every corner, every inch of the land under scrutiny, is inspected, surveyed, and remediated, ensuring a safe and healthy environment.

Unmatched Expertise for a Greener Tomorrow

Under the guidance of Dr Yu, our team of devoted environmental scientists and geotechnical engineers work in tandem, bringing to the table a combined experience spanning 15 years across various environmental and civil engineering domains. It’s not just about remediation for us; it’s about safeguarding the future. Passion, innovation, and unwavering integrity are the cornerstones of our practice.

Harnessing our unique blend of occupational hygiene knowledge, environmental management skills, and engineering prowess, we pledge to deliver solutions that resonate with your project’s specific needs, ensuring a safer, cleaner, and brighter tomorrow for Sydney.

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