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Last edited 28 Oct 2020
The Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012 suggests that the term “asbestos insulation” means: ‘…any material containing asbestos which is used for thermal, acoustic or other insulation purposes (including fire protection) except—
- (a) asbestos cement, asbestos coating or asbestos insulating board; or
- (b) any article of bitumen, plastic, resin or rubber which contains asbestos and the thermal and acoustic properties of that article are incidental to its main purpose’
- (a) asbestos cement; or
- (b) any article of bitumen, plastic, resin or rubber which contains asbestos, and the thermal or acoustic properties of the article are incidental to its main purpose’
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