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All asbestos containing materials identified are risk assessed and given a rating.
Charles Kinniburgh said: "Safe work procedures must be followed at all times when handling asbestos containing materials, especially when removing asbestos from buildings.
Asbestos has been removed on a risk basis and the Authority have a continual programme to remove potentially asbestos containing materials from its school sites as appropriate and when schools are modernised or refurbished.
In addition, if home renovations are planned, surveys of suspect asbestos containing materials and lead based paint should be undertaken by licensed individuals, (New York State Department of Labor certified asbestos inspector, EPA licensed lead inspector, with samples analyzed by a laboratory approved by the New York State Department of Health) with any required remediation/abatement activities performed by licensed asbestos abatement firms
The tanks had been pre-cleaned by the owner and all asbestos containing materials had also been abated.
There were some asbestos containing materials in the room, which were perfectly safe.
Jill Pearshouse, a solicitor at Lichfield-based Keelys, says there is already huge demand for these sur-veyors who will determine whether asbestos containing materials can be undisturbed and sealed in or whether they must be removed and disposed of by properly accredited contractors.
The vitrification technology utilized by the "Melt-All Electric Fusion Process(tm)" offers the unique opportunity to address numerous markets such as conversion of MSW incinerator ash residue, waste water sewage sludge ash, utility coal ash, mine tailings, slag storage piles, asbestos containing materials, various industrial wastes, and high purity mineral processing.
the existing roof contains asbestos containing materials.
Paul Fenwick, project director for the tunnels' owner the Tyne & Wear Integrated Transport Authority (TWITA) said: "Conditions in the tunnel have proved a lot worse than we anticipated and major works to treat asbestos containing materials, the presence of which we could have had no knowledge of before the works started, are now necessary if the tunnels are to continue to be an important transport link for future generations.
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