boroughbloke wrote:If you really want to risk bagging a small amount of WHITE astestos type board for collection then use really robust plastc bags of the type you get builder's sand in, wear a mask and gloves and avoid all the contact you can.
If it's a sustantial amount, or it's not white, or it's broken, crumbing or flaking or needs breaking up to fit into a bag then get the professionals in. IT REALLY IS THAT INSIDIOUS AND DANGEROUS.
"you know when your waiting at the tube platform and the train pulls in? Well when they hit the brakes asbestos is flying into the air"
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