Asbestos Analytical & Environmental Consulting 04 566 3311

Our Values

Passion, Safe, Quality, Professional and Teamwork

Our values represent us as individuals and as an organisation.

Our Mission

The Best in Asbestos

Competent and independent asbestos accredited analysis and expertise. 

Our Purpose

Fighting the Hidden Killer - Asbestos

Advising and consulting on the protection of public and enviromental health.




We consider our legal responsibilities essential to the success of our company. The contents of this website should not be construed as legal advice. Should you have any concerns or enquiries regarding the following please contact us.

This site provides general information about Capital Environmental Services (2005) Ltd (CES LTD) and the products and services that we offer. CES Ltd reserves the right to change, delete or move any of the material on the site at any time without notice.

CES Ltd shall not be liable to you or any third parties for any direct, indirect, special, consequential or punitive damages allegedly sustained arising out of your access to or inability to access the site. This includes viruses alleged to have been obtained from the site, your use of or reliance on the site or any of the information or materials available on the site, regardless of the type of claim or the nature of the cause of action.

CES Ltd makes no warranty, express or implied, nor assumes any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, correctness, completeness or use of any information that is available on or through our website, nor represents that its use would not infringe on privately owned rights.  Further, it will not be liable to anyone in respect of any loss, damage, injury or expense, suffered or incurred as a result of reliance on the information on or through this website.

Each page on this website must be read in conjunction with privacy and legal policies, our copyright notice and any other information that forms part of it.  If you find any information on this website that you believe may be inaccurate, please email us.

Surveys and Sampling

The scope and extent of our surveys and sampling shall be agreed with the client before it is carried out. Every effort is made to identify all asbestos materials so far as is reasonably practical to do so within the scope of the survey.  

Survey techniques involve trained and experienced surveyors using the combined approach of visual examination and bulk sampling. It is always possible after a survey that asbestos-based materials may remain undetected in the property, or area covered by the survey. This could be due to various reasons as follows:

- Asbestos-containing materials present within areas not specifically covered by the instructions for the survey or sampling are outside the scope of the report.
- Materials may be hidden or obscured by other items or cover finishes, e.g. overboarding, disguising etc. In these situations detection of asbestos may be impaired.
- Asbestos may be hidden as part of the structure to a building and not visible until the structure is dismantled at a later date.
- Debris from previous asbestos removal projects may be present in some areas. General asbestos debris and dust does not form part of the survey, however all good intentions are made for its discovery.
- Where an area has been previously stripped of asbestos, e.g. plant rooms, ducts, etc, and new coverings added, it must be noted that asbestos removal techniques have improved steadily over the years. The Health and Safety at Work (Asbestos) Regulations 2016 specifies certain enforceable requirements. Asbestos removal prior to this Regulation may not be up to the standards currently in force and therefore dust and debris may be present below new coverings.
- During the course of the survey access to certain areas may be restricted. If so, such areas are defined within the report. Accordingly, no samples will be taken from restricted areas and asbestos should be presumed to be present until inspection, sampling and analysis proves otherwise.
- Access for the survey may be restricted for many reasons beyond our control such as height, immovable obstacles or confined space. Where gas, electrical and mechanical equipment is present, no access will be attempted until proof of its safe state is given. Our operatives have a duty of care under the Health and Safety at Work Act (2015) for both themselves and others.
- In the building where asbestos has been located and it is clear that not all areas have been investigated, any material that is found to be suspicious and not detailed as part of the survey should be treated with caution and sampled accordingly.
- Certain materials contain asbestos to varying degrees and some may be less densely contaminated at certain locations, i.e. not homogenous. Where this is the case the sample taken may not be representative of the whole product.
- Where asbestos has not been identified, for the reasons stated above, no assurances are given that the property is free of asbestos materials.
- Where the presence of asbestos has been identified or where there is a presumption that asbestos is present, the material should not be disturbed. It is the responsibility of the PCBU to organise monitoring of the condition of the material in accordance with current legislation and appropriate remedial action taken (e.g. repair, encapsulation, removal), if its condition is deteriorating.
- The survey is prepared and carried out on the basis that the land is not contaminated. No assessment of land contamination is been made.
- The report is valid at the date on which the survey is carried out and in respect of the building(s), in the condition that they were in at the time of the inspection.
- The inspection report is prepared for the sole use of the client, their contractors and advisers. The report may not be transferred to any other parties. Any unauthorised third party relies upon the report at their own risk and the authors owe them no duty of care and skill.

The survey and sampling is carried out under the guidance/requirements of the owner of the property, or his/her representative, and the survey and sampling will be as per those instructions and guidance at that time.  CES cannot be held responsible for any damage caused as part of the survey and sampling carried out on behalf of the customer. Due to the nature and necessity of sampling for asbestos some damage [to the premises] is unavoidable, but will be limited to just that necessary for the taking of the sample.

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CES Ltd operates under the provisions of the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 and terms and conditions of service. Accepting our services and quotes is an acceptance of our terms of trade. Please click to read.

Please refer to our terms and conditions before ordering any of our services. You should understand that by ordering any of our services you agree to be bound and governed by our terms and conditions of purchase, to the exclusion of all other terms and conditions you may purport to apply. 



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Privacy & Confidentiality

We value your privacy and confidentiality as much as our own. We will never deliberately disclose any personal information without your consent. To release results to a third party you must provide us with your written consent.

We do not collect personal or business information on CES Ltd clients or visitors unless it is voluntarily provided when you engage with us. We may use this information to occasionally notify you about updates to CES Ltd. Any personal information you provide to CES Ltd will only be used to notify you of company news, services and activities. CES Ltd will hold the information securely and will not disclose it except for this purpose or when required by law. You have the right to inspect and update your details at any time. If you do not wish to hear from us any longer, please email us at