Identifying contamination
  • Many common building elements contain asbestos. When the fibres are released from an asbestos-containing product, for example from a building’s ceilings or walls into the air where they can be inhaled, it poses a serious health risk.
  • The extent of the risk can depend on the items releasing the asbestos. Products that can easily degrade into dust and become airborne are usually more dangerous than products in which binders immobilize the asbestos fibers.
  • Buildings built before the late 1990s often contain asbestos products. These may not become airborne if the building is left in tact, but construction, damage or decay can easily lead to asbestos contamination.
  • An asbestos survey will help you determine the level of risk and the extent of the problem.


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