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Although it is not recommended for homeowners to remove asbestos themselves, it is legal in some states as of 2015 and can be done if the asbestos is firmly bound. If you decide to remove asbestos, wear disposable person... More »

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To properly remove asbestos, seal the room with plastic sheeting and put on safety gear, including a respirator and a disposable body suit. Wet the material containing asbestos thoroughly, and remove it in whole pieces. ... More »

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All companies and employees thereof that work in asbestos abatement are required to be certified, by U.S. federal law. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services oversees training courses that educate seven roles o... More »

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