At our last meeting we took a walk through the Roman empire,delved into the minds of the Assyrians and took ourselves up all the way to the Victorian age. Where the concept of health and safety was a non sequitur. On the heels of Remembrance Day we will speak about the use of asbestos during

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Asbestos roof sheets

Through the ages asbestos has had many incarnations. Fallen out of fashion and back in somewhere on this vast planet. However, the 1970′ through the 1980’s proved a Coup de gras for the material. The US 1973, under the EPA’s Clean Air Act, most spray-applied asbestos products were banned for fireproofing and insulating purposes. And

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In the beginning there was Asbestos, it occurs naturally on every continent in the world. Archeologists uncovered asbestos fibers in debris dating back to the Stone Age, some 750,000 years ago. As early as 4000 B.C.,asbestos’ long hair-like fibers were used for wicks in lamps and candles. Around 2,500 B.C., embalmed bodies of Egyptian pharaohs

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