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Re: Asbestos air ducts

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06-07-2014 08:31:51

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X2 what Stan said. If you just pull the stuff out you are only in danger of dramatic EPA action and hysterical public reaction. You would not be in danger from the asbestos after one remodel.
The American public has lost it's sense so you will not want to talk about how you got it out or where you disposed of it. Disposal is another hysterical issue. Just bury it somewhere and stay silent, and enjoy pulling one over on the government.

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06-07-2014 13:38:17

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 Re: Asbestos air ducts in reply to 1948CaseVAI, 06-07-2014 08:31:51  
Under a microscope asbestos looks like a tiny pile of fish hooks. You want a pile of fish hooks made of rock in your lungs go ahead and fly it all over your house. You sound like a cheap doctor who dumps his medical waste in the river or kids playground.

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06-08-2014 07:13:56

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 Re: Asbestos air ducts in reply to dr sportster, 06-07-2014 13:38:17  
If I remember right, there's 2 types of asbestos, and the hooked ones are the bad ones. The straight-fibered ones are harmless. Typical government, ban it all, don't differentiate.

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