Disposing of asbestos is subject to strict regulations due to the huge threat to health that damaged materials can potentially create. Asbestos cannot go in bins with other waste, and must usually be prepared carefully and in a specific way to remain safe. You can choose one of two routes if you are disposing of materials from a domestic location. The first is to get in contact with Merseyside Waste Disposal Authority and arrange to drop off your hazardous waste. They will not remove it for you, which is why many people choose to hire licensed asbestos removal contractors in Liverpool to arrange for disposal.
If you are a business or other non-domestic entity, you may only be able to use a private contractor. They will be able to give you an idea of the cost of asbestos removal, along with details of their process for completing a survey for testing for the presence of asbestos.