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blue asbestos

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All-cause mortality and cancer incidence among adults exposed to blue asbestos during childhood.
And that the haystack has been laced with blue asbestos.
While blue asbestos (crocidolite) and brown asbestos (amosite) are listed and are being progressively replaced in production, the Russian industry is mounting a rearguard action to prevent chrysotile from being listed.
Before his death Mr Lapthorne claimed he could remember blue asbestos being used in the manufacture of the car battery casings and that he was exposed to the toxic dust during the manufacturing process.
He carried out the same job, hacking off asbestos lagging from pipe work and remembers in particular coming across blue asbestos around the valves at Blyth B Power Station which then had to be taken out by specialists while the turbine was shut down.
Crocidolite asbestos, also known as blue asbestos is found in various products.
In Monmouthshire 70% of schools had white, brown and, in a small number of instances, blue asbestos In Neath Port Talbot 72 of the 88 schools contain asbestos material.
Among them was the widow of blacksmith Frederick Reynolds, who died of the aggressive cancer mesothelioma in February, allegedly after being exposed to blue asbestos.
It was here that he unloaded bags, including deadly blue asbestos, from railway carriages.
Commonly white and brown asbestos in floor tiles, plastic toilet cisterns, artex coatings and blue asbestos in asbestos cement products.
Mr Mann described his job welding in a room while a colleague sprayed deadly blue asbestos on the walls.