Glasgow-based Enviraz, an asbestos management business, has ordered 25 Renault vans for its fleet, comprising 18 Master large vans and seven Kangoo light vans.

As well as carrying crew to and from work sites, the vans will be used to transport hazardous asbestos waste from construction companies, real estate agents, hospitals, places of learning, offices, retail stores, industrial buildings, leisure facilities and domestic dwellings.

Enviraz has fitted the vans’ load areas with aluminium compartments to safely transport the asbestos. The firm said Renault vehicles make up two-thirds of its 75-strong fleet.

Enviraz ordered the Renault Masters in medium wheelbase, medium roof height (MM35, front-wheel drive) with the dCi 130, 2.3-litre turbodiesel engine mated to a six-speed manual gearbox and in Business trim. The Kangoos are standard length ML19 models with the 1.5 Energy dCi 110 turbodiesel engine with a six-speed manual gearbox and in Business + trim.

All of the vans were supplied by Arnold Clark Renault dealerships in Glasgow, the Masters being prepared by Hillington Renault and the Kangoos being delivered via Bishopbriggs Renault, the latter also being a Pro+ Business Centre. The application of Enviraz’s livery, plus the installation of the internal racking and bespoke aluminium asbestos waste compartments, were fully managed by the dealerships.