Asbestos Removal & Disposal

At Rapid, we are licensed and qualified to remove and dispose of all forms of asbestos. Our asbestos removal and disposal process adheres strictly to WORKSAFE WA regulations.

Asbestos removal & disposal Perth WA

Rapid Asbestos Removals Perth are an asbestos removal and disposal company based in Perth. Asbestos is a dangerous substance that when inhaled can cause diseases such as asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma. For this reason, asbestos should be removed and disposed of by certified asbestos contractors.

Not only are we licensed, our asbestos removal company is also fully insured to execute all asbestos projects.

  • $20 Million Public Liability Insurance
  • $1 Million Statutory Liability
  • Workers Compensation

Asbestos removal

Where there is more than ten square metres of asbestos, a licensed and trained business is required to remove it. However, in Western Australian, WorkSafe WA recommends that all asbestos is removed by a licensed asbestos removalist. At Rapid Asbestos, we are fully licensed and certified to carry out residential asbestos removal and commercial asbestos removal projects. We pertain a Class B licence: This license is needed to remove non-friable asbestos.

We abide by strict regulations when removing asbestos. All our equipment and protective clothing is Australian standard for Asbestos. On every asbestos removal project, we ensure that one of the owners is present to uphold strict safety standards.

We can remove all non friable asbestos-containing material including:

Asbestos disposal Perth

There are strict regulations surrounding asbestos disposal in Australia. At Rapid Asbestos, we are trained and certified in asbestos disposal. Not only is the asbestos disposed of, but all asbestos-containing materials must also be disposed of. Tools used on the job will be decontaminated and stored in asbestos compliant bags and stored securely until their next use.

We strictly adhere to Australian legislation surrounding asbestos disposal. After removal, we wet the asbestos material, wrap it in approved asbestos waste bags, store in an airtight container and securely transport and dispose of at a designated asbestos waste disposal facility.

Frequently asked questions


  • Wall sheeting
  • Insulation in roof
  • Carpet underlay
  • Kitchen splashback
  • Flues to fireplaces



  • Backing for electric meter boards
  • Eaves
  • Fences
  • Gutters external wall sheeting

Asbestos was officially banned in Australia on the 31st of December 2003. However many stopped using asbestos in building homes in the late 1980s. If your home was built or renovated before 1990 in Australia, there may be asbestos present in the structure. Some commercial buildings were still being built with asbestos-containing material until 2003.

If you do believe asbestos is present in your home the first step is to get an asbestos inspection and testing. It’s important not to touch the asbestos, as it only becomes a risk when it is disturbed and the fibres or dust are released.

Asbestos was once a ground-breaking discovery for the building industry. Asbestos has great properties suitable for building: it is durable, insulating and fire-resistant. It wasn’t until after the material had been widely used in construction that its harmful effects on human health were discovered and the substance was banned.

Need a certified asbestos removal contractor?

Here at Rapid Asbestos Removals, we are committed to getting the job done to the highest possible standard and charge competitive pricing for all our services. We understand that asbestos is a dangerous material and you only want the most qualified and experienced company to carry out the work.