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  • Writer's pictureKirk Hartley

Evidence to Argue The Myth of “Controlled-Use” of Asbestos

Here is a new article from a UK newspaper that illustrates the argument that it’s sophistry to claim to expect "controlled-use" of most types of asbestos-containing products. In this instance, a ship-breaking company apparently unknowingly had its employees dismantle ships without any respiratory protection. The workers, unfortunately, were working with boards made from brown (amosite) asbestos fibers, which are far more lethal than are white (chrysotile) asbestos fibers.

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