We have a proven track record for abiding by safety regulations and completing each job to the upmost of standards. Our strong focus on the environment and public safety ensures our services are safe, professional and environmental friendly (see our Environmental Statement below).

We are proud to be Chas accredited and work hard to achieve recognition, awards and accreditations that will reinforce and develop our continuing Health & Safety work culture.

High Reach

Reach for the Sky

Safety was paramount in the demolition of this factory in Pontypridd, which required a high reach machine to cut the structure’s upper support and roof sections.


Gently Does It

The dismantling and recycling of two 747s at Southend Airport, required a delicate approach within a restricted space, all under stringent Health & Safety conditions.


School’s Out

The demolition of Alperton School in Wembley, illustrates our professional bespoke approach, where work was carried out between terms to ensure public safety.


Few Demolition is committed to providing waste management services in a manner that is beneficial to the environment. Few Demolition policy is to contribute to sustainable waste management and recycling practises to the maximum extent practicable, having regard to client and other stakeholder requirements, technical knowledge and economic considerations. The policy is applicable to all Few Demolition operations. The board allocates the resource necessary to ensure full implementation of this policy.

In particular, Few Demolition will:
• Assess the environmental impacts of all its operations
• Comply with applicable environmental legislation and industry codes of practise
• Use registered waste disposal companies for removal of all waste streams.
• Promote the use of more sustainable recycling methods and solutions through the supply chain
• Reduce the use of natural resources and energy
• Control emissions and prevent pollution and nuisance
• Manage the production, reuse, recycling and disposal of
• Raise awareness of environmental issues in waste management and recycling through training and development of all employees, suppliers and subcontractors
• Limit to a minimum and strive to eliminate all emissions to the atmosphere e.g. dusts and carbon dioxide.
• Stop the use of any chemicals that have a detrimental effect on the ozone layer.
• Consider all environmental impacts of new equipment or new work undertaken.
• Lessen the impact of any nuisance noise and to work within set hours in residential areas.
• Respect all clients’ policies aimed at a better environment.

Chas Accredited