• It's white with small dark holes in it, and yes, it's still around.
  • its a fibro that was used for roofs and walls ok unless drilled or broken was also in steam train brakes etc and in power station's and some insulations a powder when crushed up maybe
  • Asbestos is a fibrous material that was used as electrical and heat insulation, often formed as a mat or spray insulation. It has been mostly banned from use in consumer products. In an older home, you may find floor tiles or insulation wraps around heating pipes containing asbestos. These should be removed if they are damaged and dust or debris from the material is exposed. Remember to have plenty of ventilation, open windows, doors and fans blowing outside when working with any of this material.

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