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Do you need a safe asbestos removal Sydney service? Then you are looking at the right place. We will take care all of your asbestos problems and deliver satisfactory results for you.

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  2. What Is Asbestos? If you feel worry about the asbestos things, then you are in the right page, so what is the asbestos material? Based from Wikipedia, asbestos is a set of six naturally occurring silicate minerals, which all have in common their eponymous asbestiform habit: long (roughly 1:20 aspect ratio), thin fibrous crystals, with each visible fiber composed of millions of microscopic "fibrils" that can be released by abrasion and other processes. They are commonly known by their colors, as blue asbestos, brown asbestos, white asbestos, and green asbestos. Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asbestos

  3. What Does Asbestos Looks like? Here are the 6 types of known asbestos

  4. Health hazards Did You know ASBESTOS CAN HARM YOUR VALUABLE HEALT? A prolong exposure to fibers can lead to the development of aggressive diseases: • Mesothelioma • Asbestosis • Lung cancer

  5. Why you need asbestos removal? • Like we mentioned, asbestos material is so dangerous, it will hurt your health, so the removal process of asbestos is a must. • A DIY project must require protective equipment and a safe removal process • Accidents can happen unexpectedly Reference: https://www.domain.com.au/news/diy-asbestos-20120508-1ya5z/

  6. The Role of an Asbestos Removal Contractor Asbestos removal is typically required before an older building is demolished, prior to any maintenance or renovation that could disturb asbestos containing materials or when asbestos containing materials are damaged. An asbestos removal contractor will determine whether and HSE (Health and Safety Executive) license is required for the job.

  7. This type of license is usually necessary when there is a high probability that asbestos fibers will be released into the air during the scheduled work. The removal contractor will assess what is required for removal, perform the removal work and dispose of the hazardous material. There are stringent requirements set by federal, state, and local authorities regarding the methods for asbestos handling, removal, and disposal. The asbestos removal regulations vary state-by-state so it is important to ensure that the hired removal professional is fully in compliance with all state laws and regulations.

  8. A Safe And Complete Asbestos Removal In Sydney Even though the use of ACMs has been prohibited since 31st of December 2003 in Australia, many materials containing this harmful substance still exist in many houses and buildings in the greater Sydney region. Thus, if you’re planning to renovate your property, you need to take precautions in case you are dealing with this carcinogenic material by performing a safe and complete removal process. Reference: https://www.asbestoswatchsydney.com.au/asbestos-removal-sydney/

  9. A License Is Needed To Remove Acms A person who has a license to conduct the handling and removal process of ACMs, refer as ACMs removalist, might carry out removal work depends on the type of license that they hold. Only experts that hold a class-A license are allowed to handle and remove the friable type. Removalists that have B class license are allowed to remove bonded ACMs up to 10 m2 of the total area. http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/live/residents/health-and-safety/asbestos

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