Even though the use of asbestos-containing material (ACM) has been prohibited since 2003 in Australia, many products containing this hazardous substance still exist in many residential and commercial buildings in the Greater Adelaide region. Thus, if you’re planning to do a renovation or demolition project, you need to take extra precautions in case you are dealing with this toxic material by performing a safe removal process.
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You are mistaken if you think that asbestos is the problem in the past. This toxic material, which can cause lung cancers and mesothelioma, is still present in two-thirds of Australian houses. Although Australia has banned the use of asbestos in constructions, this material still exists in some buildings in Brisbane. Most buildings built before the mid-1980s will be highly likely to contain fibrous.
A prolong exposure to fibres can lead to the development of aggressive diseases.
The requirements for handling different types of ACMs are:
Seek help and advice from a professional removalist to remove ACM at your premises!