Asbestos Inspection and Testing

When asbestos containing materials (ACM) are disturbed or damaged, they become “friable.” This means that tiny fibers are released into the air, presenting significant health risks to building occupants and workers due to exposure or inhalation. Because of the serious and proven threat to human health, there are federal, state, and/or local regulations and guidelines …

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Asbestos Exposure and Cancer: Who May Be at Risk

As a naturally occurring, fire-resistant mineral, asbestos was once used extensively as insulation as well as to strengthen other materials. A component of more than 3,000 types of building materials, asbestos was first used in the early 1900s and is found in most construction, including residential, built from the early 1940s until 1978 when its …

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Beware Of Asbestos – Know The Facts

Even though the EPA began banning asbestos in some products in the 1970’s, it is still found in older buildings. Asbestos is also allowed in new products – from brake lining to window caulk. How dangerous is asbestos? The tiny fibers can cause lung disease, cancer and even mesothelioma – an aggressive cancer of the …

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Isn’t Asbestos An Old Problem?

While some may believe that asbestos is a problem of the past, that is not the case. That realization came to a friend recently, whose condo was damaged in a high-rise fire. It was an early January morning when she was noisily awakened by a fire alarm. Though she saw no signs of a fire, …

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