Microscope, Vol. 39
Asbestos-containing materials found in buildings may release asbestos fibers into the air. Some of these fibers will eventually settle and attach to room surfaces (walls, furnishings, equipment, floors and carpet) as part of normal dust. Activities like dusting, sweeping and vacuuming are likely to re-entrain the dust causing exposure to airborne asbestos. This paper discusses data largely observational in nature but illustrative of general trends of interest to those individuals dealing with the day-to-day problems of asbestos in buildings.
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