For years the unregulated manufacturing and use of asbestos products exposed thousands of workers and contractors to asbestos. However, they weren’t the only ones affected. Due to the nature of asbestos and how asbestos exposure occurs, these employees could bring back asbestos from facilities or worksites. Let’s look at asbestos secondary exposure from situations such as these and others, including asbestos cross-contamination. [Read more…] about Understanding Asbestos Secondary Exposure
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If an inspection detects hazardous material in your home or business, such as asbestos, lead paint, or toxic mold, the next step is to remove it. This blog is going to guide you through the various steps and tools a hazardous remediation and removal company like Fiber Control, Inc. would use when it comes to making a building safe from hazardous materials. [Read more…] about Hazardous Material Removal: What to Expect
Asbestos poisoning, also known more commonly as asbestos exposure in the United States, is the result of long-term exposure to asbestos and asbestos fibers. It’s important to understand not only how this condition occurs, but from where and the symptoms to look out for. Due to the long timeframe of asbestos poisoning, it’s important to catch it early before symptoms start. [Read more…] about Are You at Risk of Asbestos Poisoning?
Flooding can be devastating to a home, with widescale or high flooding causing irreparable damage to a home. However, even mild or isolated flooding in a home can have long-reaching consequences, especially when it comes to materials in your home – flooring, walls, ceilings, insulation, etc. – suffering from water damage. Besides visual stains and structural damage, water-soaked materials and standing water can also lead to mold, which – left unchecked – can become a serious health hazard. [Read more…] about Remediation Tips: Dealing with Mold Due to Flooding