Asbestos cement-based materials that were once commonly used as internal walls and ceiling linings contain around 15% asbestos fibres by weight. If possible, this kind of asbestos cement product should be removed unbroken. If you discover that such material has sustained damage while still in place, it can be reinforced by using duct tape.

Internal Walls and Ceiling Linings

Removal procedure


Safety First

Safety First

Ensure that all workers are wearing the correct safety respirators and disposable overalls for asbestos removal.


Ensure that no debris and asbestos escapes to the outside by shutting and sealing all doors and windows.


To catch debris and protect the floor, spread layered plastic and tape it around the perimeter. Prepare double layered plastic on which to stack your asbestos sheeting.


Remove ceiling joins and all timber mouldings that cover the asbestos sheets.


Using a hammer and chisel remove all fixing heads that are holding the sheeting in place and then remove the sheets.


De-nail all fixings using pinches or a hammer, and remove fibres and debris with a wire brush. Place all rubbish onto sheets for safe removal.


Using a HEPA filtered vacuum cleaner, vacuum the wall, ceiling and flooring areas.

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