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Aesbestos Air Testing

Posted by Deborah Hall on March 4th, 2003 11:39 AM
In reply to Encapsulation by Dave on August 25th, 2000 08:09 AM [Go to top of thread]

I know we have aesbestos floor tile in our apartment, but they don't consider it an emergency (replacement purposes). I've had huge holes that needed repair for long periods of time. Recently, I notified them that I reported this condition to the EPA. Obvious holes were fixed and an airtest performed by a third party (ONLY AFTER I'D HAD TILE REPAIRED, TAPED REMAINING CRACKS, SWEPT AND MOPPED THE FLOOR, AND AIRED THE APARTMENT OUT.) They couldn't find any obvious signs, however, the equipment was placed in areas were there was no previous damage. Should I consider this a legitamate test. My doctor recommended seeing a neurologist for testing. Doesn't the EPA provide free tests. I can keep dust particles and provide samples of the tile for testing. Who should I send this to and how can I locate them?

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