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ASBESTOS WHAT IS THIS STUFF Six months ago my husband and I purchased a small piece of property in Manhattan Kansas to start our own computer repair business The property was in desperate need of remodeling but we needed to keep expenses to a minimium in order to make any profit We had two other employees besides ourselves at this time but as business started to pick up we had to hire five more technicians to keep up with all the orders that were coming in Our space was getting limited and then we were left with the decision that it was now time to get ready to remodel the building We hired our own staff to help with the remodeling at their request for the overtime and their experience with this type of work This was more economical for us since we could just pay our own employees overtime instead of hiring contractors to come in and do the work at a more expensive rate The construction team began tearing down walls and removing ceiling tiles in a part of the building that was not used before One of the employees discovers a white powdery substance during this process that he is to believe is asbestos That next morning the employees come to me to report the case of this dangerous material I didnt know what to do since I was no expert on this type of stuff I had decided to call the county health department to get some information on such a material called asbestos The health department had given me some material to read on asbestos that came from the Department of Labor it read Asbestos is a group of naturally occurring minerals The three most common types of asbestos are achrysotile bamosite c crocidolite Asbestos is commonly used as an acoustic insulator thermal insulation fire proofing and in other building materials Asbestos fibers are incredibly strong and have
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