Darren Wickins from Keltbray Environmental Solutions explains how you can remove asbestos safely.

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  1. to is just a bunch of b.s to make homeowners spend money. so now there is a drywall that causes cancer a paint, a tile and siding, everything on a house used to cause cancer, they stop using asbestos in 1973, i honestly dont think that by 1973 we had technology to find out if that causes cancer or not

  2. This looks like expensive and awkward work. i imagine that there is a huge incentive for UK renovators to not bother to test every surface and instead just hire low wage labourers, without the proper safety gear, to remove any plastering etc. that might be contaminated.

    Any profits the renovators make can be turned back into the next property purchase until eventually they are renovating £1M houses in London. It's only years later that the labourers start getting terrible illnesses.


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