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During the process, millions of square feet of coal-tar wrap containing asbestos was removed by mechanical means generating large amounts of airborne dust, debris and waste.
Activities performed by distribution companies where asbestos containing coal-tar wrap is encountered are fundamentally different than the transmission work.
What is the significance of the bound nature of the coal-tar wrap in general; of the layer of asbestos felt within the coal-tar wrap and the release of individual asbestos fibers upon removal of the coal-tar wrap in Niagara Mohawk's maintenance efforts?
Is the coal-tar wrap "friable" within the definition of Industrial Code Rule 56, i.
What is your opinion of the safety risk to workers and the public when using traditional (hand) methods of coal-tar wrap removal?
How should coal-tar wrap removed from gas pipelines below ground be disposed of?
What is the asbestos-related pulmonary risk to workers most frequently associated with coal-tar wrapped pipelines?
What is the asbestos-related pulmonary risk to the general public in proximity to the distribution activities related to coal-tar wrapped pipelines?
During the testing, coal-tar wrap was removed from pipe under a variety of actual in-field and simulated conditions.
The coal-tar wrap adheres strongly to the metal pipe substrate and coheres strongly to itself
For typical distribution activities which cause the removal of coal-tar wrap by hand methods,