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CEMP-RT
Department of the Army
EP 1110-1-11
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer
Pamphlet
1110-1-11
Washington, DC 20314-1000
Engineering and Design
ASBESTOS ABATEMENT GUIDELINE
DETAIL SHEETS
Distribution Restriction Statement
Approved for public release; distribution is
unlimited.
15 July 1992/
30 September 1997
22 April 1998
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Errata Sheet
No.1
ENGINEERING AND DESIGN
Asbestos Abatement Guideline Detail Sheets
EP 1110-l-11, Change 1
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and designed. Planners and designers shall
ensure the appropriate requirements are
considered in abatement specifications for
individual projects.
c. Asbestos Training. When the Asbestos
Hazardous Emergency Response Act (AHERA)
was reauthorized as the Asbestos Hazard
Reauthorization Act (ASHARA) it mandated
specific training requirements for activities carried
out in private and public buildings as well as
schools. Specific training requirements for
inspectors, management planners, project
designers, contractors’ supervisors and workers
are found in the EPA Model Accreditation Program
(MAP) in 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E, Appendix C.
EPA agreement states may have more stringent
requirements. Ensure appropriate requirements
are included where necessary for the type of
*
asbestos related activity to be performed.
d. Building Occupancy. According to Army policy,
asbestos should be abated during periods when
area occupancy is minimal or prohibited: however,
project phasing or other critical factors may cause
buildings to be occupied during abatement. If
abatement must be scheduled while the building is
occupied, the designer must investigate the
following items before developing the contract
specifications.
(1) The ability to install critical barriers that
prevent access into and the exchange of air flow
from the abatement-regulated work area to the
occupied areas.
(2) The ability to install ventilation systems
that will continuously maintain a negative pressure
within the contained abatement work area and
provide an air change rate of at least four or more
air changes per hour within the abatement area,
thereby augmenting pressure differential between
the abatement area and the occupied area. Air
exchange rates must be calculated for the
regulated work area in order to
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Pamphlet
No. 1110-l-11
Engineering
ABATEMENT
1. PURPOSE. This pamphlet
provides
that will be used in conjunction
02080,
Asbestos
commands
(major
civil works
3. CONTENTS.
This pamphlet
subordinate
and/or
This pamphlet
and use the detail
applies
is divided
(pages l-30)
contains
for each defined
abatement
action
sheet selected
a series of detail drawing
(removal,
encapsulation,
acoustical
wall plastic
on masonry).
action
and control
drawing
enclosure,
sheets must
abatement,
Detail
Sheets
(Setup and Response
for Military
Construction
Specifiers
the unique
conditions
abatement
solicitations
parts.
Action)
CEGS
abatement
and designers
solicitations.
instructions
work
task and are directly
abatement
required
all identifiable
of each defined
activities)
that identify
action
dependent
DETAILS,
entails
to be employed
removal
of
for each abatement
sheets that
the removal,
are to be used to
encapsulation,
materials.
of abatement
detail
task, and then append
be requested
the selected
FOR THE COMMANDER
Corps of Engineers
The series of detail
specific
work
tasks.
methods
of
These detail
by Corps of Engineers’
sheets and modify,
for use by the Contractor.
Chief of Staff
sheets
response
(for example,
in order to identify
tasks that might
Colonel,
containment
(pages 61-l 36) contains
method
setup detail
asbestos-containing
the CEGS 02080
work
modify,
task.
in CEGS 02080
must select the appropriate
abatement
upon the required
detail sheet will be selected
during the performance
abatement
the proper
One or more setup detail
the abatement
of the work
DETAIL
Part 2, SETUP DETAILS,
or repair) and the item to be abated
and nonfriable
with
ABATEMENT
on how to select,
that identify
tasks.
detail sheet refers to the appropriate
and designers
Corps of Engineers
and field operating
Part 1, ASBESTOS
to specifiers
abatement
during the performance
and control
and all U.S. Army
laboratories,
sheets with
Only one response
be used in conjunction
sheets take into account
elements
task. Part 3, RESPONSE ACTION
and repair of friable
containment,
customers.
work
enclosure,
4. USE OF DETAIL SHEETS. Asbestos
encasement,
of asbestos
instructions
encasement,
Each response
contain,
guidance
of individual
for that work
sheets with
commands,
into three primary
a series of detail drawing
are required
task.
district
sheets in the preparation
in support
protect,
Guideline
Guide Specification
responsibility.
provides
to be employed
work
abatement
to all HQUSACE/OCE
program
and controls
detail
DETAIL SHEETS
Corps of Engineers
commands,
military
SHEET INSTRUCTIONS,
(pages 31-60)
asbestos
with
15 July 1992
and Design
Abatement.
2. APPLICABILITY.
having
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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Washington, DC 20314-l 000
as necessary,
sheets to asbestos
to fit
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Table of Contents
PART 1, ASBESTOS
1
1
.......................................
2. Applicability.
1
........................................
3. References
4. Explanation
Guideline
8. Abatement
2
............................
3
..................................
Options
Decision
1
.............................
Development
Hazard and Risk Assessment
7. Response Action
1
................................
of Abbreviations.
5. Background:
:
Page
DETAIL SHEET INSTRUCTIONS
.........................................
1. Purpose.
6. Relative
ABATEMENT
4
..............................
Alternatives
9. Work Area Containment
..................................
5
10. Respiratory
..................................
8
11. Guideline
Protection
Application:
12. Administrative
Area Considerations
Action
15. Abatement
8
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16
21
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26
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28
...................................
Design
30
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17. Cost Estimating
Figure 1. Notification
of Demolition
Figure 2. Waste and Shipment
Table 1. Recommended
Table 2. Asbestos
Documents
................................
Selection
Design
16. Replacement
of Contract
...............................
Considerations
13. Containment
14. Response
Preparation
and Renovation
Sample Format
Record Sample Format
Respirator
Abatement
30
Selection
22
......................
for Protection
Against
10
11
...............................
Details
Table 4. Response Action
Detail Sheets By Abatement
Requirements
Method
13
.................
20
...........................
Sheet
PART 2, SETUP DETAILS
Airlock
..........................................
of critical
barrier and full containment
area (for carpeted
Installation
of critical
barrier and full containment
area (for hard floor surfaces)
Installation
of critical
barrier and full containment
area (for vinyl tile floors)
Single bulkhead
Double bulkhead
Mini-containment
containment
containment
area
bagging
.........
...........
..............................
area ...............................
. . . .
of containment
Containers--double
area
floors)
...........
Installation
Ventilation
9
...........
Asbestos
..........................
Setup Details
Table 3. Response Action
Table 5. Final Air Clearance
17
...............
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
area and decontamination
unit, using HEPA filters
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3
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4
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5
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6
36
7
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8
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of Contents-Continued
PART 2, SETUP DETAILS-Continued
Containers-leak-tight
...............................
wrapping
Containers-corrugated
Sheet
cardboard
...........................
boxes
.........................................
Glove bag
Area warning
Respiratory
signs and warning
protection
Protective
.................................
table
.....................................
clothing
label ...................................
Disposal container
Decontamination
............................
tape
................................
unit signage
Preparation
of full containment
area for final clearance
(for carpeted
Preparation
of full containment
area for final clearance
(for hard-surfaced
Preparation
of containment
Certification
area for final clearance
of final cleaning
Load-out
unit floor plan
Modified
containment
unit piping details
power
...............................
enclosure
vacuum
and storage
Structural
.............................
......................................
Access tunnel
Cleaning
......................
...............................
Decontamination
Asbestos
critical
collection
Bridging encapsulation
and removal
of troweled
Repair of troweled
ceiling or wall plaster
........................
on masonry
Removal
of troweled
wall plaster
on stud wall
of solid or acoustical
ceiling plaster
of troweled
ceiling
plaster
on structural
Removal
of troweled
ceiling
plaster
on hung ceiling
Combination
encapsulation
encapsulation
42
11
43
12
44
13
45
14
46
15
47
16
48
17
49
18
50
19
51
20
52
21
53
22
54
23
55
24
56
on masonry
wail plaster
of acoustical
of acoustical
substrate
26
58
27
59
28
60
63
32
64
33
65
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34
66
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35
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36
68
37
69
38
70
39
71
40
72
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.......
wall and ceiling plaster
wall and ceiling plaster
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31
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wall
57
62
........................
Removal
of acoustical
10
30
.........................
wall plaster
Bridging encapsulation
41
61
.....................
on masonry
of troweled
wall plaster
9C
29
.........................
on stud wall
Removal
of acoustical
40
sheet
wall plaster
wall plaster
Penetrating
....................
DETAILS
Repair of troweled
Bridging encapsulation
system
..................................
barrier
.........
9B
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PART 3, RESPONSE ACTION
Enclosure
.............
.................................
area
...........
floors)
...................................
unit floor plan
equipment
(for vinyl tile floors)
and visual inspection
Decontamination
Temporary
floors)
Page
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PART 3, RESPONSE ACTION
Repair of acoustical
Removal
Enclosure
..........................
ceiling or wall plaster
of acoustical
Sheet
DETAILS-Continued
........................
wall plaster on masonry
of acoustical
ceiling plaster,
spray-on
ceiling plaster
fireproofing,
Removal
of acoustical
(nonasbestos
Removal
of miscellaneous
Removal
of asbestos
Removal
of light curtain
Removal
of interior
Bridging
encapsulation
Removal
of asbestos-contaminated
masonry
for masonry
Removal
of asbestos-contaminated
masonry
wall or thermal
Removal
of suspended
Removal
of asbestos
Removal
of suspended
Removal
of glued-on
asbestos-containing
decorative
.................
substrate)
...................
materials
.......................
paint on plaster
asbestos
cement,
of asbestos
asbestos
cement
fiberboard,
cement
cement
acoustical
acoustical
chimney
.........
panels
...............
insulation
.............
.....................
products
.........................
ceiling and wall tile
to concrete
......................
.................
floor system
to concrete
floor system
78
47
79
48
80
49
81
50
82
51
83
52
84
53
85
54
86
55
87
56
88
94
63
95
64
96
65
97
66
98
67
99
68
100
69
101
...........................
70
102
. ; ..........................
71
103
72
104
of sheet-flooring
adhered to wood
Removal
of sheet-flooring
adhered
Removal
of carpeting
(asbestos-containing
floor system
or -contaminated)
.................
of fireproofing
or thermal
insulation
of beams and decking
Encasement
of fireproofing
or thermal
insulation
on columns
ceiling insulation
soil
..................
.....................
..........................
of asbestos-contaminated
adhesive
adhesive
by asbestos-containing
Encasement
surface insulation
...
.....
...................
floor system
to concrete
ceiling insulation
89
62
Removal
soil
...................
.............
adhesive
...
soil
...........................
73
105
and flashing
...........................
74
106
Removal
of asbestos-contaminated
Removal
of built-up
roofing
46
93
....
adhesive
by asbestos-free
encapsulation
77
. . 61
by asbestos-containing
floor system
Penetrating
45
92
floor system
tile adhered to wood
asbestos-contaminated
76
60
to wood
of vinyl asbestos
Enclosing
44
91
Removal
of acoustical
75
adhesives
by asbestos-containing
Removal
43
59
of asbestos-containing
adhesive
floor system
of acoustical
74
90
by asbestos-free
tile adhered to wood
Encasement
42
58
floor system
of vinyl asbestos
or thermal
73
by asbestos-containing
Removal
of fireproofing
41
.57
tile adhered to concrete
tile adhered
and drywall
......................
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile and chemical dissolution
.................................
on concrete floor system
Repair of vinyl asbestos
..............
panels
wall, fiberboard,
ceiling tile
tile adhered
of vinyl asbestos
and drywall
ceiling tile
architectural
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered
.........................................
adhesive
Removal
.......
insulation
..................................
Repair of vinyl asbestos
Removal
and thermal
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PART 3, RESPONSE ACTION
Removal
of roof, shingles,
Bridging encapsulation
of interior
Removal
of exterior
Repair of exterior
asbestos
asbestos
asbestos
107
76
108
stucco
77
109
78
110
79
111
.................
80
112
......................
.......................
..............................
stucco
asbestos
stucco
............................
stucco
stucco
.............
Page
75
...........................
and underlay
of exterior
asbestos
Sheet
DETAILS-Continued
Bridging encapsulation
Repair of interior
of Contents-Continued
Removal
of asbestos
cement
siding
............
.................
81
113
Removal
of asbestos
cement
roofing
............
.................
82
114
Removal
of asbestos-containing
.................
83
115
Removal
of asbestos-contaminated
.................
84
116
Removal
of asbestos
.................
85
117
.................
86
118
.................
87
119
.................
88
120
. . .................
89
121
.................
90
122
. .................
91
123
.................
92
124
.................
93
125
.................
94
126
cement
Repair of pipe and fitting
of pipe insulation
Removal
of horizontal
Removal
of pipe insulation
Bridging encapsulation
Repair of storage
sunscreen
.......
louvers
......
.......
(using glove bag)
(using glove bag)
pipe insulation
of storage
cover
metal siding
insulation
Removal
Encasement
walkway
........
(using containment
(using mini-containment
tank or boiler breeching
of storage
....
area)
area)
.......
tank and boiler breeching
tank and boiler breeching
.........
Removal
of storage
tank and boiler breeching
Removal
of pipe-fitting
Removal
of asbestos-insulated
electrical
wiring
.......
.................
95
127
Removal
of asbestos-insulated
electrical
fixture
.......
.................
96
128
Removal
of boiler firebox
.................
97
129
.................
98
130
.................
99
131
................
100
132
................
101
133
................
102
134
................
103
135
................
104
136
insulation
Bridging encapsulation
Removal
insulation
(using glove bag)
insulation
.....
.............
of boiler and piping gaskets
of boiler and piping gaskets
Repair of duct insulation
...
.....
............
.................
Removal
of duct insulation
................
Removal
of asbestos
cement
pipe
Removal
of asbestos
cement
ductwork
Removal
of asbestos
flex connector
.............
...........
............
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Part 1, Asbestos Abatement Detail Sheet Instructions
Note: EPA documents available from U.S.
Environmental Office Protection Agency, Small
Business Ombudsman, 1230 C, 401 M St., SW.
Washington, DC 20460; l-800-368-5888.
1. PURPOSE. This engineer pamphlet (EP)
provides the Setup and Response Detail Sheets
that the designer must use in conjunction with
CEGS 02080, Asbestos Abatement, when
preparing asbestos abatement contract
documents.
4. EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS.
Abbreviations
used in the EP are explained
2. APPLICABILITY.
This EP applies to all
HQUSACE/OCE elements and all U.S. Army Corps
of Engineers commands (major subordinate
commands, district commands, laboratories, and
field operating activities) having civil works and/or
military program responsibility.
a. ACM . . .. . .. . .asbestos-containing
b. CEGS . . .. . ..Corps of Engineers
Specifications
*
below.
material.
Guide
c. CFR ... . .. . .. .Code of Federal Regulations
*
*
3. REFERENCES.
References which are cited in
this engineering pamphlet and/or provide related
*
guidance are listed below.
d. CO . .. .. . .. .. . .Contracting
e. COR . .. . .. .. .Contracting
Representative
a. 40 CFR Part 61, Subparts A and M.
b. 29 CFR Part 1926.1101,
Construction.
Asbestos
f.
in
EP . . .. .. .. . . .. .engineer
Officer
Officer’s
pamphlet
h. HEPA .. . .. .. .high efficiency
particulate
air
c. 40 CFR 763, Asbestos.
e. EPA Publication
Decision Tree, 1994.
Asbestos/Demolition
f. EPA Publication No.340/1-90-018,
AsbestoslNESHAP
Regulated Asbestos
Containing Materials Guidance, December
Emissions Standards
j. NIOSH .. .. . ..National
Safety and Health
Institute of Occupational
k. OSHA........Occupational
Administration
1990.
g. EPA Publication No. 340/l-90-019,
Asbestos/NESHAP
Adequately Wet Guidance.
h. EPA Publication No. 20-T-2003,
Asbestos in Place, July 1990.
I. NESHAP...National
Hazardous Air Pollutants
for
Safety and Health
I. PCM .. . .. .. . ..phase contrast microscopy
m. TEM
Managing
. . . .. . transmission
electron
microscopy
5. BACKGROUND:
GUIDELINE
DEVELOPMENT.
Historically, asbestos abatement, design has
primarily used written specifications for detailing
both the scope of work and abatement
technologies.
As a result, contract documents
were lengthy and difficult to follow. Therefore,
techniques were modified in order to:
i. Corps of Engineers Guide Specifications
(CEGS 02080), Asbestos Abatement.
j. ENVR-EP Memorandum, dated 22 January
1992, subject: Policy Guidance on Interpretation of
Revised EPA Asbestos Rule Affecting Demolition
and Renovation of Buildings. (available from
HQDA, Office of the Director of Environmental
Protection).
a. Reduce specification content by graphically
depicting abatement techniques.
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b. Present detail sheets of abatement
techniques common to many response actions.
(2) In addition, NESHAP requires
preconstruction
surveys and assessments for
planned demolition and/or renovation actions.
Those surveys and assessments are particularly
relevant to demolition and/or renovation actions.
Those surveys and assessments are particularly
relevant to demolition and/or renovation abatement
projects involving nonfriable ACM. NESHAP
defines two categories of nonfriable ACM.
Category 1 nonfriable ACM includes resilient floor
covering (including ACM floor tile), asphalt roofing
materials, packing and gaskets. Category 2
nonfriable ACM includes all other nonfriable ACM,
such as asbestos cement roofing tiles, siding,
transite board, etc. If specific survey and
assessment decision criteria in the NESHAP at 40
CFR Part 61, Subpart M, are met, categories 1 and
2 nonfriable ACM may be left in place during
demolition projects.
c. Provide as much information as possible on
the detail sheets so that project specific variations
can be developed by editing the sheets.
d. Provide a manageable process for guide
specifications
by covering several different
abatement methods for both friable and nonfriable
asbestos-containing
material (ACM).
The detail sheets provided in this EP are the
product of the combined practical experience of
numerous professional design and management
sources and must be used in conjunction with
CEGS 02080.
6. RELATIVE HAZARD AND RISK
ASSESSMENT.
The purpose of asbestos abatement is to protect
building inhabitants, nearby receptors, and the
environment from exposure to and contamination
from asbestos fibers. Therefore, before
establishing minimum control methods based on
relative hazards, the designer must evaluate the
potential for the release of asbestos fibers into the
indoor and outdoor environment during abatement
(3) When planning customer
abatement procedures that involve demolition
andlor renovation of nonfriable ACM, the designer
must consult with the following before including
nonfriable ACM in or excluding nonfriable ACM
from abatement documents:
(a) NESHAP asbestos
(b) State and local requirements (both
regulatory and local jurisdiction landfill).
a. Friability.
*
*
standards.
(1) The most common hazard of assessment
factor is the friability of ACM. The Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) through the National
Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants
(NESHAP) for asbestos (40 CFR Part
61, Subparts A and M) and EPA AgreementStates implementing NESHAP require strictly
controlled response actions for all friable ACM. 40
CFR Part 61, Subparts A and M. CEGS 02080;
and ENVR-EP Memorandum, Policy Guidance on
Interpretation of Revised EPA Asbestos Rule
Affecting Demolition and Renovation of Buildings,
provide detailed guidance relative to friability
designation.
Controlled removal of friable ACM is
normally carried out using wet techniques.
EPA
Publication No. 340/l-90-019,
AsbestoslNESHAP
Adequately Wet Guidance, provides specific
guidance regarding adequately wet requirements
of the revised NESHAP standard.
(c) Army guidance on this subject (ENVR-EP
Memorandum, Policy Guidance on Interpretation of
New EPA Asbestos Rule Affecting Demolition and
Renovation of Buildings).
(d,l Installation
(e) Customer
guidance
on this subject.
requirements.
(f) OSHA Asbestos
1926.1101.
Standard
29 CFR Part
b. OSHA Construcfion.
OSHA in 29 CFR Part
1926.1101 has established specific exposure and
target risk activities to include Categories I, II, III
and IV tasks. Requirements in this OSHA
regulation, to include state requirements which
may be more stringent, will have a significant
impact on the manner in which a project is planned
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and designed. Planners and designers shall
ensure the appropriate requirements are
considered in abatement specifications for
individual projects.
c. Asbestos Training. When the Asbestos
Hazardous Emergency Response Act (AHERA)
was reauthorized as the Asbestos Hazard
Reauthorization Act (ASHARA) it mandated
specific training requirements for activities carried
out in private and public buildings as well as
schools. Specific training requirements for
inspectors, management planners, project
designers, contractors’ supervisors and workers
are found in the EPA Model Accreditation Program
(MAP) in 40 CFR Part 763, Subpart E, Appendix C.
EPA agreement states may have more stringent
requirements. Ensure appropriate requirements
are included where necessary for the type of
*
asbestos related activity to be performed.
d. Building Occupancy. According to Army policy,
asbestos should be abated during periods when
area occupancy is minimal or prohibited: however,
project phasing or other critical factors may cause
buildings to be occupied during abatement. If
abatement must be scheduled while the building is
occupied, the designer must investigate the
following items before developing the contract
specifications.
(1) The ability to install critical barriers that
prevent access into and the exchange of air flow
from the abatement-regulated work area to the
occupied areas.
(2) The ability to install ventilation systems
that will continuously maintain a negative pressure
within the contained abatement work area and
provide an air change rate of at least four or more
air changes per hour within the abatement area,
thereby augmenting pressure differential between
the abatement area and the occupied area. Air
exchange rates must be calculated for the
regulated work area in order to
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ensure
that
air flows
into the containment
designer
at all
should
20-T-2003,
times.
(3) The reexamination
routes
for compliance
(41 The ability
service
to safely
access
and heating,
air-conditioning
into/from
rest room
systems
encapsulants
the abatement
area.
paths
and/or
temporary
(71 The ability
after
those
security
during
with
the customer,
awareness
program,
of the actual
project
including
support
of
work.
a. General.
through
ACTION
Asbestos
the appropriate
with
friable
ACM is fire rated,
five accepted
is achieved
selection
of the following
techniques:
exists;
121 Encapsulation
(bridging,
penetrating,
and
seal. Also,
combination).
these
plaster,
because
The designer
evaluate
will consult
existing
to identify
determine
all abatement
which
specified
with
conditions
the customer
and
work
abatement
technique
for each identified
abatement
b. Removal.
removal
solution.
spreading
effects
and wall
However,
most
breeching
during
For information
of removal
abatement
removal
about
projects,
for
to
content,
provide
as well.
Bridging
for application
only.
applied
are recommended
content
tension
long-term
cost and the potential
contamination
solids
techniques,
satisfactory
high solids
on
Bridging
by airless-spray;
encapsulant
bridging
ability
a superficial
paneling
are normally
is trowel
encapsulants,
for application
or boiler
only
and pipe
Encapsulants.
(al Penetrating
offers-the
considerations.
and provide
of their
(2) Penetrating
abatement
Bridging
gaskets.
task to be
completed.
(7) Of all available
of
and exterior
by their
commonly
on tank and boiler
will be
spectrum
Palm-grade
however,
tasks and
on the fire
a broader
palm-grade
applied.
of the ACM in order
of the
the effect
resistance
stucco,
although
selection
are recommended
encapsulants
(5) Repair.
will
if the
ACM,
spaces
encapsulants
encapsulants
(41 Enclosure.
critical
Encapsulants.
high-temperature
(3) Encasement.
of the
encapsulants
therefore,
are characterized
span interstitial
to
is common.
(71 Bridging
(71 Removal.
weight
its use on durable
products
encapsulants
strength
many
If
must ascertain
include
For nonfriable
building
thin in depth.
fire rating;
should
to
ACM is extremely
the added
the effective
ACM.
be limited
has sufficient
Furthermore,
application
abatement
should
has a
as an
interior
friable
reduce
rating.
OPTIONS.
ACM
itself
encapsulant
7. RESPONSE
where
type
possibilities
is used, the designer
encapsulant.
a
either
to reach or is relatively
that the friable
of
categories:
particularly
encapsulation
encapsulation
and
types
ACM,
of application
situations
difficult
activities.
(81 The development,
description
travel
facilities.
to provide
daily abatement
an occupant
occupant
for the
and penetrating
strategy,
Consequently,
(61 The need for altered
details
prime
For friable
range
abatement
which
WnOVal.
herein.
The many
encapsulants
narrow
of airflow
versus
action
fall into two
encapsulants.
building
for isolation
response
NO.
In Place,
of ACM are presented
bridging
to readjust
EPA Publication
Asbestos
management
c. Encapsulation.
and
systems.
(51 The ability
air-handling
ventilating,
removal
building
panels,
in-place
(2) Many
local fire codes.
areas such as electrical
facilities,
describes
of fire evacuation
with
review
Managing
of the asbestos
absorption.
’
encapsulants
and reduce
They
fibers,
penetrate
relatively
hard mass.
encapsulants
the
-3-
develop
beyond
Silicon-based
extremely
surface
thereby
the ACM and bind the asbestos
are major
the adverse
have a low
the natural
aiding
the surface
fibers
into a
penetrating
low
surface
of
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tension
because
asbestos,
of their
but their
encapsulating
chemical
use should
acoustical
materials
asbestos-contaminated
spaces
protective
to
points
to
recommended
in crawl
spray-on
encapsulants
encapsulants
designed
asbestos
to the surface
removed
and the polyethylene
containment
from
area. These
dry into a clear,
glossy
the bonding
replacement
sheeting
encapsulants,
surface
of new,
barrier
the ACM was
that
however,
it. Next,
attached
silicone-based
have curing
instead
penetrating
agents
particularly
encapsulant
that
formulation,
but
in their
keep the ACM
helpful
are a type
wet-a
of
do not
Enclosure
access
component
encapsulation
encapsulant.
panels
and ceiling
recommended
application
and then a bridging
Repair of asbestos
or wall
in order
cement
plaster
roofing
encapsulant.
application,
gasket,
a high-temperature
(2,000
OF, 1,100
application,
it could
manufacturer’s
data
sheet
foam onto
protective
encasement
assessed
coating
must
be determined.
or an analysis
the foam
weight,
of the capability
action
in the future.
DECISION
ALTERNATIVES.
abatement
begins,
asbestos
health
must
in a manner
building,
of ACM generates
may remain
work
to contain
process.
interior
If
water
be
damage
can be
the extent
specific
response
considered
of the
-4-
asbestos
areas of the
must
be designed
abatement
the preparations
or asbestos
decide
Since the
in the air for a
the entire
equipment,
fixtures,
protect
etc.,
contamination,
final cleaning
Alternatives.
from
and
procedures.
The designer
of the protection
needed
action.
to be
The items
are (1) the relative
area
protect
airborne
to other
during
Fufihermore,
finishes,
a. Containment
is unable
will
suspended
area preparations
fibers
also help reduce
the
the work
that
and the environment.
long time and migrate
and protective
anchors
damaged
Before
fibers that
has
the foam.
If the ACM
significantly
to be a part of a more
8. ABATEMENT
disturbance
First, the
of ACM to carry
can be used as a
for small,
abatement
where
alternative.
this technique
measure
ACM.
can be repaired
is not an acceptable
human
cures into a hard
onto
is principally
small areas of nonfriable
however,
must be prepared
a penetrating
the fire rating
of the foam
the added
The
is an abatement
after
which
is sprayed
is chosen,
weight
to support
installed
Next,
and the ability
additional
release.
process.
by spraying
coating,
coating,
in
can be used to confirm
a two-step
the ACM.
a plastic
result
of the encapsulant.
Encasement
involving
ACM is encapsulated
cured,
and asbestos
rating
d. Encasement.
technique
toward
ACM,
action
release
If a
high-temperature
the temperature
exists.
stop-gap
be specified.
is used to re-establish
to a
permanent
is used for a
emissions
the
for ACM
areas that are expected
encapsulant
encapsulant
organic
to complete
the potential
where
Furthermore,
If
low-temperature
toxic
a
otherwise
point
Friable
such as a boiler
OC,) should
that
would
has deteriorated
directed
are the only
are to be used for a
high-temperature
or
of ACM that
removal
(41 High-temperature
is
be
the integrity
Repair as an abatement
uses.
encapsulants
only
abatement.
Combination
the sequential
of both a penetrating
should
ACM fiber release.
encapsulants.
involves
with
board
is so restricted
of the building
f. Repair. This technique
13) Combination
are sealed
plaster
of ACM are involved
to the ACM
have to be demolished
characteristic
in reducing
when
major
are
disturbing
to the studs,
asbestos-free
small amounts
studs
without
is fastened
to the studs.
used when
encapsulants
impermeable
edges and points
Finally,
involves
Normally,
the ACM
polyethylene
duct tape.
materials.
IcJ Removal
around
and all perimeter
may interfere
airtight,
and
to weather.
of ACM
the ACM.
are
of
insulation
exposed
a permanent,
first installed
asbestos-free
tanks
The enclosure
surrounding
in the
support
techniques
and thermal
storage
constructing
to lock residual
which
between
Encasement
fireproofing
e. Enclosure.
are
to bridge
only for in situ abatement
for hot water
or pipe trenches.
penetrating
coating
can be made.
in place and
soils found
(61 Lock down
with
similarity
be limited
risk of the
must
for a
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alternatives, (2) the degree of protection
necessary, and (3) the amount of protection the
alternative provides.
The five basic setup
alternatives are listed in (1) through (5) below. The
first four alternatives are primarily for interior
abatement work; however, situations may occur
where they could be applied to an exterior
response action as well.
(1) Full-scale
and 4).
contaminant
(2) Small-scale,
areas (sheet 10).
(4) In essence, area sizing and other
requirements of an abatement area can vary
widely: choosing the appropriate variation depends
upon the good judgement of all parties involved.
9. WORK AREA CONTAINMENT.
asbestos fibers are contained within
during abatement by the installation
polyethylene sheeting or strippable
walls, floor, and/or ceiling.
areas (sheets 2,3,
short-duration
(3) Mini contaminant
affected by phasing considerations.
abatement
a. Full-Scale
areas (sheets 5, 6, and
areas (sheet 21).
(5) Exterior abatement areas. (These are not
defined by a containment area sheet, but are
identified on individual Response Action Detail
(Sheets).
b. Alternative
Containment
(1) Basic. Full-scale containment is used for
large projects involving significant fiber release
caused by the quantity and/or friability of the ACM
and if the environmental
hazard and personal risk
is high. (See sheets 2, 3, and 4). Full-scale
containment involves the following items:
7).
(4) Modified contaminant
Airborne
the work area
of
coatings on
(a) The protection
the work area.
of all non-ACM surfaces in
(b) The blocking of all openings, penetrations,
passage ways, and critical barriers into and out of
the work area with polyethylene or rigid
impermeable material.
Requirements.
(1) Each containment alternative has many
varitations, since each abatement project presents
its own unique requirements.
(c) Material load-out
(2) One such requirement is abatement area
sizing. Sizing is based upon site-specific data and
requirements.
For example, a large abatement
area can be subdivided into small containment
areas. As each containment area is completed,
critical barriers can be installed over the access
way of the completed containment area, thereby
isolating it from the unabated areas. When
abatement is complete, the air can be cleared for
the enitre abatement area, thereby minimizing
cost. (For air clearance, however, the areas must
be contiguous).
(d,J Personnel
decontamination
(e) HEPA-filtered
(0 High-level
units,
units.
air exhaust.
of personal
protection.
(2) Variations. Under certain conditions, full
scale containment may deviate from the items
listed in paragraph (1) above. Take, for example,
an abatement project response action requiring the
removal of vinyl asbestos tile covering 6,000
square feet in a gymnasium.
A comprehensive
survey and assessment shows the floor tile is in
poor condition and friable according to EPA
NESHAP asbestos rule. The vinyl asbestos tile is
very brittle (crumbling) and worn. Because of
previous repairs, the floor looks like a patchwork
quilt. The vinyl asbestos tile adhesive also
contains asbestos. For this situation, both walls
(3) Sizing may also be affected by economic
analysis. For example, the construction of a
bulkhead would probably shrink the size of the
abatement area, thereby reducing the size of the
high-efficiency
particulate air (HEPA) filtered fan
unit, the amount of plastic installed and disposed,
and the decontamination
time. Sizing may also be
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20 SPp 97
and ceiling are to be protected, and all of the
normal protection features are to be applied.
Because the ceiling in the gymnasium is 30 feet
high, the Contractor has quoted an alternative
proposal in order to comply with all of the design
provisions (including critical barriers), except the
polyethylene will be installed on the walls up to a
height of only 6 feet. The Contractor will use
flooding for tile removal and an organic material for
adhesive removal. This deviation is an acceptable
and practical response action if upon completion,
the Contractor cleans all wall and ceiling surfaces
above the polyethylene,
including lights,
backboards, stage, seating, scoreboards, etc.
Final air clearance will provide evidence of the
Contractor’s success.
*
b. Small-Scale,
(Rescinded)
Shorf Duration Abatement
c. Mini-Containment.
(1) A mini-containment
area provides an
airtight enclosure around either a low-or highhazard work area that is of limited size (see detail
sheets 5.6, and 7). Mini-containment
limits the
spread of asbestos fibers to a small area rather
than an entire room, and offers a quick and
relatively inexpensive enclosure.
(21 The mini-containment
area is constructed
with a small compartment serving as an air lock
that prevents the release of contaminated air to the
“clean side.” The abatement worker wears two
sets of protective clothing. Before leaving the work
area, the worker must vacuum the outer protective
suit, remove it, and place it in a disposable bag.
Then the worker steps into the air lock, where a
clean bucket of water has been placed, and wet
wipes the respirator and face and hands with a
damp rag. Next the worker removes the respirator
and places it in a clean plastic bag. Finally,
wearing the inner suit, the worker proceeds to a
shower located somewhere else. These personnel
decontamination
procedures generally, require the
following items, as a minimum:
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15 JUL92
operations,
(al HEPA vacuum.
(bJ Critical
barriers.
containment
negative
pressure,
such as flange
respirator.
virtually
(dl Protective
clothing.
of small,
and boiler
nonfriable
surface
bags. Furthermore,
procedures
to the encapsulation
(cl Full facepiece,
air-purifying
such as glove
modified
low-hazard
gaskets,
because
area exposure
can be applied
items
which
are
of the relatively
small
and compressive
containment.
(e) Access
decontamination
to a shower
or a three-stage
(31 The removal
unit.
of category
asbestos-containing
/3) The mini-containment
to almost
limited
all interior
in scope.
4 square
response
crumbly
5-percent
surfaces
are painted
analyzing
the needs
that
and in good
with
a chisel,
installation
would
a brush,
plaster
not exceed
the response
followed
procedures
d. Modified
Containment
is placed
area.
conduct
work,
the
used only for low-hazard
2 1). These
following
procedures
items
procedures
are
(see sheet
require
and siding.
the
material
HEPA filtered
during
ventilation
barriers.
respirator.
containment
actions
pulverized,
is
materials
can be removed
intact,
asbestos
cement
or partition.
Other
are easily
contained
projects
that
tabletop
would
qualify
for example,
that
the
is,
to powder,
breakage
during
containment.
by keeping
must
If fiber release
the ACM nonfriable,
area and most
restrictions
work
air space,
(see sheet
clothing.
occurs
access
the work
Workers
area must
30 to
be delineated
all workers
a negative
should
pressure,
and breathable
should
area must
zone extending
11). Furthermore,
respirator
in an unconfined
to the work
A boundary
as a minimum,
air-purifying
-7-
provided
friable,
of
of any
is unnecessary.
wear,
an
the probability
or reduced
work
40 feet beyond
nonfriable
removal
such as roofing
the associated
be controlled.
application
ACM,
Simple
under
(21 When
where
exteriors
then the need for a containment
clothing.
to a shower.
to response
work
does not mean that the abatement
outdoor
(2) Modified
immediately
to building
carefully,
the removal.
can be controlled
air-purifying
actions
can be minimized,
be conducted
limited
as for the
Areas.
does not become
removal
(f) Access
and
all exposed
the noncontainment
If done
fiber release
unit.
(e) Protective
procedures
1 and 2 nonfriable
crumbled,
pressure,
exit,
of abatement-related
involve
category
Ial HEPA vacuum
(d) Negative
to
for glove
enter,
Finally,
e. Exterior Abatement
as a minimum:
(cl Critical
workers
also take a shower
(1) Response
applications
(b) Local exhaust
are
activities.
Areas.
generally
clothing
personnel
at the enclosure.
containment
since
the work
area (except
area.
should
commonly
(1) Modified
on walls,
but the
an air lock is attached
where
upon completion
a
recirculates
beneath
and protective
decontamination
workers
enclosure).
action
on the floor
mini-containment
(after
that
area, are installed.
containment
bag operations]
of
with
is not placed
Furthermore,
the modified
that
system
panels
containment
along
is to be removed,
A respirator
required.
be
and installation
the predetermined
decontamination
sheeting
it was
would
4 hours
sheeting
In
wet techniques,
of the mini-containment
completing
worker
plaster
the work
Polyethylene
material
area was
It was estimated
of the damaged
plaster
After
friable
the air within
the wall
action,
barriers,
ventilation
wall
condition.
only a mini-containment
removed
new
to
2 nonfriable
or drywall
the use of modified
Critical
HEPA-filtered
The plaster
The adjacent
of the response
and a HEPA vacuum.
removal
in a hallway
chrysotile.
The damaged,
procedures.
a roof leak caused
plaster
required.
also exemplifies
that are
and in need of repair.
contains
determined
actions
For example,
feet of wall
become
area can be applied
fiberboard
also shower
protective
immediately
of
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15 JUL 92
after
completion
of work.
asbestos
hazard
personal
protection
requirements
consideration
The Contractor’s
abatement
plan will specify
and decontamination
for exterior
asbestos
facility
f. Glove Bag Operations.
an airtight
area, enabling
101. A glove
bag provides
containment.
area must
access,
installed
(see sheet
or
be isolated
must
21). A HEPA-filtered
vacuum
of the type
Also,
the glove
bag may be kept under
negative
pressure
of asbestos
if the glove
bag leaks.
HEPA-filtered
area of the glove
an accidental
the established
release
work
Finally,
placing
system
centimeter
so
zone.
are single-use
is the
pressure,
Table
air-purifying,
respirator,
regardless
1 indicates
for various
standard
(i.e., 0.1
air
pressure
to be used. The minimum
types
concentrations
OSHA
and
the breathing
protection
factors
proposed
supplied
positive
(HEPA-filtered)
Maximum-use
the spread
exhaust
bag operation
fiber
protection
factor
half-mask
no circumstances
of ACM.
seal is
for powered
outside
negative
dual cartridge
required.
than
under
dust masks
half-facepiece,
is
for standard
is always
be
bag operation
a (nonducted)
leakage
under
upon the seal
Since that
or pressure-demand
operating
level of respiratory
the glove
to prevent
respirators
(2) Under
unit supporting
in order
full facepiece
disposable
in order to
solely
to leak, the protection
lower
of ACM
room
barriers
and likely
is appropriately
that
bag is used, the
and critical
the mask and the face.
respirators
area (see sheet
safe removal
When a glove
immediate
restrict
to remove
of a full-scale
between
air-purifying
the work
worker
a contained
the expense
bag
around
an abatement
repair ACM within
without
The glove
enclosure
depends
functioning
air pressure
mechanical
abatement
actions.
provides
that any respirator
negative
OSHA
of respirators.
are based
on a
of 0.1 fiber per,cubic
x 10 = 1 fiber/cc).
in the
can help control
from
spreading
11. GUIDELINE
beyond
CONTRACT
area.
APPLICATION:
PREPARATION
OF
DOCUMENTS.
a. Guideline Detail Sheet and CEGS 02080
10. RESPIRATORY
PROTECTION.
a. Personal Air Monitoring.
the type
of respirator
determined
quantifies
fiber
determined
worker’s
at the waist
on the worker’s
connected
zone.
establishes
levels
Constant
worker
exposure
for a given
personal
is kept
respirator.
air monitoring
attached
specification,
well
sketches
contract
acceptable
The responsibility
graphic
for
types
required
under
fiber concentrations.
various
factors
were.
must
be
be adapted
many
asbestos
take
-8-
does
may very
However,
everything
needed
reasons:
for
for
to project
the number
enough
the
First,
enough
or adaptation
Second,
reasonably
abatement
words.”
be generic
must be small
representations
into
representations
for two
modifications
situations.
graphically
as a part of the contract
a thousand
must
and workers.
presented
do not provide
12) Details
The detail
of desired
actions-particularly
documents
be selected
Factors.
the respirator
airborne
Protection
must
for Contractors
pictorial
details
selective
is the abatement
12 describes
sketches
be “worth
sheets
Sheet
projects.
since information
specific
(7) Detail
of specific
not have to be included
and ensures
Types and Protection
they
as a guide
Also,
Contractor’s.
b. Respirator
provide
useful
at the
below
that
Furthermorz,
construction/abatement
are taken
cassette
average
guidsiines
(7) Pictorial representations.
sheets
air monitoring
a time-weighted
as companion
to fit the needs
belt and connected
clothing
in this EP and the CEGS 02080
where
pump
to a filter
to the worker’s
breathing
that
tubing
sheets
developed
used together.
in the
The samples
and Use. The detail
presented
is
air samples
battery-powered
via polyethylene
be
in the environment
zone.
that
that
The fiber content
by collecting
by a low-volume,
requires
air monitoring
content
works.
breathing
OSHA
used by the worker
by personal
the individual
Development
so that
of detail
designs
can
quickly.
versus CEGS 02080.
requirements
are inappropriate,
There
for which
from
are
pictorial
a practical
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Table 1. Recommended
Racpirator
Respirator
Selection
OSHA
Typa
for Protection
Protection
Against
Asbestos
Maximum
Factor
+
Use Concontmtion
i
4
Half facepiece,
air-purifying,
Full facepiece,
air-purifymg,
HEPA filter
HEPA filter
Powered air-purifying,
HEPA filter
loose-fitting
helmet or hood,
Powered
full facepiece,
10
1 fiber/cc
1
60
5 fibers/cc
1
4
I
100
10 fibers/cc
1
Ii
air-purifying,
Supplied air, continuous
flow,
HEPA filter
loose-fitting
helmet
100
10 fibers/cc
100
10 fibers/cc
11
/
100
10 fibers/cc
II
/
I,
I/
II
4
or hood
Supplied air, continuous
flow,
full facepiece,
HEPA escape
Full fecepiece,
supplied air, pressure demand,
HEPA
1,000
100 fibers/cc
/I
il
4
supplied air, pressure demand,
with
1,000
100 fibers/cc
/1
escape
Full facepiece,
auxiliary self-contained breathing apparatus,
pressure demand or continuous flow
;I
i
point
of view.
information
details
The determination
would
or in CEGS 02080
identification
graphics)
nature
that
(written
guideline
were
and those
sheets
respond
regulations
that
Contractor
is under
two
specific
can be enforced
detail
U.S. laws and
while
details
adaptation.
and CEGS 02080
site adapted
to meet
requirements.
guidelines
are generic
and must
implementation
will lead to the creation
details
architectural,
6. Guideline-Detail
descriptive
instructions
that
detail
sheets
abatement
be
in table
details
3, present
into three
exterior
an
The
The response
action
categories:
architectural,
applications.
technique
encasement,
and
In addition,
have been segregated
(removal,
enclosure,
c. CEGS 02080
of these
by
encapsulation,
repair)
in table
4.
Sheet Organizatiok
have been created
instructions.
contain
can be modified
Development
and Use.
of
(7) The information
and specifications.
and graphics
the detail
action
abatement
primarily
guideline
actions.
action.
project-specific
Practical
project-specific
Both the
and
to set up or prepare
are organized
mechanical/electrical
into
as
the techniques
as shown
response
response
(3) Roject-specific
sheets,
sheets
interior
the
contract.
of 28 sheets,
2, presents
necessary
and editing
are organized
area for any response
remaining
the
and CEGS 02080
to all applicable
in table
abatement
in
deletion
sheets
The first group
information
(instructive
In combination,
The detail
groups.
shown
abatement
administrative
by using manual
techniques.
in the
related
were
specifications).
detail
effectively
of those
worker
that
either
was based upon the
and selection
procedures
projects
of what
be presented
The
nature
using
support
pertinent
Both the
enough
data
technical
because
SO
asbestos
decontamination
for specific
-9-
CEGS 02080
the detail
worker-related
in CEGS 02080
in context
sheets
was developed
by providing
abatement
abatement
were
in
to
other
information.
techniques,
procedures,
is
but administrative
Some
such as
made a
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Table 2. Asbestos
Area warning
markers-signs
protection
and boundary
/
Respiratory
il
Protective
j
Disposal
j
Decontamination
unit signage
Full containment
area-preparation
Abatement
warning
Setup Details
tape
llA,
table
12
clothing
container
11B
13
1
label
14
15
for final clearance
16, 17, 18
I
Certification
of final cleaning
and visual inspection
19
1
Load-out
unit floor plan
20
Modified
containment
area
21
unit floor plan
22
unit piping details
23
,I
ij
Decontamination
i
~1 Decontamination
1
I! Temporary
11Access
Asbestos
equipment
enclosure
24
-
1 25
tunnel
power
vacuum
collection/removal
system
-lO-
Table
3. Response
Action
Details
RESPONSE
Encasement
ACM
ACTION
Encapsulation
Encbsura
penetration
‘,
.’
brMging
.;,
Intc+r
Ar&hecrural
Troweled
ceiling plaster
Acoustical
wall plaster
Acoustical
ceiling plaster
69
*,
/ ,sj,
>’
,,
,/
-’
+a
i
1 :i, ..
30. 31
32, 33
31
35, 36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
34
39
40
41
44
materials
stage curtain
wall panels
Fiberboard
Masonry
& drywall
48
49
panels
51
wall
Cement
ceiling tile
Cement
products
Acoustical
wall tile
Acoustical
ceiling tile
I
I
I
I
Carpeting
Ceiling insulation
Contaminated
soil
chimney
I
53
56
I
Sheet flooring (wood/cement)
& thermal
52
54, 55
Vinyl floor tile on wood
Fireproofing
II
55
Vinvl floor tile on concrete
Masonry
Removal
paint
Lightweight
Cement
/
RCJpdt
combination
29
wall plaster
Decorative
,_
“..
,.’
Troweled
Miscellaneous
DETAIL OPTION
insulation
60
57, 58, 59
I
61, 62
Tlble
3. Response Action
I----
Details-Continued
RESPONSE ACTION DETAIL OPTION
___~
-----
ACM
Removal
74
76
79
81, 82
83
-
84
86
87, 88, 89
87, 88, 89
Tank & boiler breeching
90
93
91
Pipe fittings
Electrical
94
wiring/fixture
Boiler firebox insulation
96, 96
I
I
I
97
I
99
101
102
103
,
I
104
I
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Table
4. Response
Action
Detail
Sheets
By Abatement
Method
Removal of troweled
wall plaster on masonry
32
!I
1
Removal of troweled
wall plaster on stud wall
33
!i
1
Removal of troweled
ceiling plaster on structural
Removal of troweled
ceiling plaster on hung ceiling
Removal of acoustical
Removal of acoustical
1
i
wall plaster on masonry
ceiling plaster lnonasbestos
I Removal of miscellaneous
I Removal
35
substrate
asbestos-containing
of asbestos decorative
paint on plaster.
’
rl
:/
,
42
‘i
4.4
1
)
,
45
1,
j
46
‘/
51
‘j
,
52
Ii
:!
53
::
54
‘(
substrate)
materials
36
Removal of light curtain
Removal of interior asbestos
fiberboard,
and drywall
panels
Removal of asbestos-contaminated
masonry for masonry chimney
Removal of asbestos-contaminated
masonry wall or thermal insulation
Removal of suspended
Removal of asbestos
I Removal of suspended
I
I
cement,
asbestos cement ceiling tile
cement architectural
acoustical
Removal of glued-on acoustical
products
ceiling tile
ceiling and wall tile
55
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to concrete floor system
by asbestos-containing
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to concrete floor system by asbestos-free
Removal
of acoustical
Removal
of asbestos-contaminated
Removal
of built-up roofing and flashing
adhesive
57
adhesive
ceiling insulation
soil
73
-
74
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Table 4. Response
1!, Removal
Detail Sheets By Abatement
Action
Method-Continued
76
of roof, shingles, and underlay
‘I
,I Removal of exterior asbestos stucco
*
79
jR emoval of asbestos
cement
stding
81
i Removal of asbestos
cement
roofing
82
t
I Removal of asbestos-containing
1
j/ Removal of asbestos-contammated
// Removal of asbestos
cement
cover
83
metal srding
84
walkway
sunscreen
iI
;, Removal of horizontal pipe insulation
(using full containment
1
I Removal
of pipe insulation
fusing glove bag)
i!Removal
of pipe insulation
(using mini-containment
II Removal of storage tank and boiler breeching
iI/ Removal of pipe-fitting
,
insulation
86
louvers
88
area1
87
89
area)
93
insulation
94
fusing glove bag)
I Removal of asbestos-insulated
!
electrical
wtring
95
/ Removal of asbestos-insulated
electrical
fixtures
96
I/Removal
iI/Removal
of boiler firebox
insulation
of boiler and piping gaskets
I
97
I
99
101
jKulation
1;Removal of asbestos
cement
pipe
102
1 Remcval of asbestos
/
cement
ductwork
103
I
Removal of asbestos
104
flex connector
Asbestos Abetwnmrt Method:
1. i
Encapsulatim
j
, Bndgmg encapsulation
of troweled
1 Bridging encapsulation
of solid or acoustical
1 Bridging encapsulation
of acoustical
/ Penetreting
I
I/ Combination
Encapsulation
Encapsulation
‘. /_
29
wall plaster
ceiling plaster
of acoustical
wall and ceiling plaster
wall and ceiling plaster
sulation of asbestos-contaminated
34
38
wall plaster
of acoustical
D&lSMt,
soi
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39
40
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Table
Asbutcu
Abatamont
4. Response
Method:
Action
Detail
Sheets
By Abatement
Method-Continued
DMdStWU
Bnupaulation-Continuad
Bridging encapsulation
of interior asbestos stucco
77
Bridging encapsulation
of storage tank and boiler breeching
91
of boiler and piping gaskets
98
encapsulation
I Bndgmg
”
Admstoa
Abatement
Method:
I
Datd
Encarmnent
I/
il
Shwr
Encasement
of fireproofing
or thermal insulation on beams and decking
1
66
I/
Encasement
of fireproofing
or thermal insulation on columns
1
67
;I
Encasement
of acoustical
1
69
1
4
1;
I Encasement
Adosto+
ceiling insulation
I
of storage tank or boiler breeching
Abatement
Method:
Enclosure
Deli
Enclosure of acoustical
wall plaster on masonry wall
Enclosure of acoustical
ceiling plaster, spray-on fireproofing,
Enclosure of asbestos-contaminated
Asbat&
iiaternent
90
and thermal
insulation
soil
37
;I
,I
43
j:
71
/
Method: Ftqmii
Sheet
DetailSheet
Repair of troweled
wall plaster on stud wall
30
Repair of troweled
ceiling or wall plaster on masonry
31
Repair of acoustical
ceiling or wall plaster
Repair of vinyl asbestos
adhesive
j!
I
I
Ii
Ii
41
tile adhered to concrete
floor system
by asbestos-containing
56
I
!i
4II
D
Repair of interior asbestos stucco
78
Repair of exterior asbestos stucco
80
Repair of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to wood floor system by asbestos-containing
I
I
adhesive.
response
actions
worker-training
that
neither
they
were
common
and are an integral
curriculum
CEGS 02080
(a fact
part
that
nor the detail
can be used as an independent
92
I
1 Repair of duct insulation
since
i/
I
I
Repair of storage tank and boiler breeching
section,
j
60
Repair of pipe and fitting insulation (using glove bag)
specific
\
I
/I
(21 Like the guideline
to all
02080
of the
must
specific
emphasizes
techniques.
sheets
be adapted
project,
Those
something
-15-
techniques
since
100
sheets,
CEGS
to the requirements
using deletion
of the final product,
entity).
detail
Ji
,,
I
of a
and editing
enhance
it is less likely
may have been forgotten.
the quality
that
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12. ADMINISTRATIVE CONSIDERATIONS.
improper
abatement
may result
hazard to building
Because
occupants,
careful
diligent
implementation
For asbestos
relationship
between
Representative
addition,
the Contracting
construction
it is critical
administration
Officer’s
overview
to foster
6. Contractor
effective
contractual
(CORI and the Contractor
the traditional
and
is essential.
the standard
remains
practice.
cooperative
Officer’s
Representative
(1) The asbestos
abatement
abatement
potential
bidders.
(CO/?).
projects
the traditional
allows.
construction
According
responsible
or demolition
to CEGS 02080,
for monitoring
accepting
the Contractor’s
clearance
air sampling)
inspection,
the COR is
contract
inspection
Preabatement
(before
NESHAP,
of workmanship
abatement
outside
value
procedure
the work
of onsite
directly
monitoring,
that
quality
situation
of the critical
in the oversight
criteria
integrity),
and establish
exists,
work
be terminated
until a sampling
program
is
instituted
to identify
the source
contamination
a thorough
strategy
visual
(phase
transmission
inspection
contrast
electron
will not recommence
negative
or until the affected
decontaminated
and identified
as listed
air samples
notice
of the
The revised
to figure
who
will submit
the Contractor
1. Check
and the customer
the
or the Government.
enforcement.
requirements
both technical
including
161 Visual
the Contractor’s
specified
Enforcement
of
by the COR
and administrative
the following:
the Contractor’s
submittal
inspecting
work.
submittals
register.
and monitoring
Also,
air sampling
of
if
in the contract.
/cl Reviewing
Work
reports
prove
all Contractor’s
and abatement
have been
fdl Preparing
daily
progress
log.
the final abatement
report.
deficiencies
121 Contract
submittal
(3/ The COR’s responsibilities
may be performed
similar
the State,
in the Contractor’s
of
corrected.
above
written
(PCM) or
(TEM)).
areas
by
days before
a demolition/renovation
la/ Processing
and air-sampling
microscopy
unless
functions,
must
by establishing
microscopy
10 working
in a format
encompasses
event
The extent
can be determined
of an ACM
or renovate.
the EPA region,
(1) Contract
of contamination
and the need for decontamination.
Per the revised
site (covered
provide
also requires
the contract
investigate
if a contamination
If contamination
to EPA/State.
d. Oversight.
area
has occurred.
begins,
NESHAP
exceeding
the COR will stop all work,
the causes,
at least
to demolish
notification,
a hazardous
or loss of containment
renovation
in order to determine
in order
performance
Should
be reviewed
is a submittal
or operator
intention
with
of preabatement,
the Contractor’s
standards.
must,
notification
be
monitoring
arise (such as fiber counts
established
and/or
abatement
the asbestos
the COR must
depth
and other
should
for the abatement.
demolition
in contamination
Because
and final clearance
to ensure
meets
can result
area.
involved
abatement,
control
have
their
by the CO and made a
Notification
each owner
NESHAP)
to properly
and type
bidders
of execution,
notification
requirement
visual
and materials.
121 Failure
bid on.
in assessing
stage
c. Preabatement
compliance,
final clearance
similar
being
of the quality
All prequalifications
the bidding
have
part of the bid analysis.
contract
via a thorough
and normal
factors.
quality
of
must
projects
the potential
will be helpful
in
prequalification
bidders
abatement
assessment
during
role than
The most
to the project
A preliminary
is
(CO).
is through
of abatement
who
high standards
All potential
completed
completed
contract
the COR to take a more active
of ensuring
asbestos
of experience,
requires
Officer
in size and complexity
onsite
Contractor)
Requalification.
means
successfully
In
and coordination.
a. Contracting
of the abatement
hired by the Contracting
in a
planning
of a project
projects,
(independent
submitted
described
register
-16-
lists those
The Contractor’s
items
to be
to the CO (see CEGS 02080).
four submittal
by a Contractor
Submittals.
categories:
(1) those
to be
There
are
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NOTlFlCATlON
opwmor
I.
Projut
OF DEMOLITION
ff
AND
cuts
Pommalil
TYPE OF NOTIFICATION
f 0 -
Orbpnal
R = RhHd
C = W7c*lled
RENOVATION
NotHIc~on
Reoelved
X
) :
-_-
II.
FACILITY
OWNER
MFORMAnON
I ldmdfv
ow~r.
nmDval
lnd 0th~
comrmxw.
oPumw
I
NAME:
--
Ad&*.S:
SUU:
Cltr:
Zip:
__-
comul:
Tel:
REMOVAL
CONTRACTOR:
Addrsu:
Zip.
TOI:
contact:
III.
TYPE OF OPERATlON
IV.
IS ASBESTOS
V.
FAClurY
0&j.
( 0 = Demo
PRESENT?
OESCRWTlON
0 = OrduuJ
Demo
A = Renovation
E = Emet.
number
and floor or rcem
numbof
Renovalion
)
I Ye8 / No )
I lnduk
building
rum.,
)
Name:
Adbrr:
suu:
Cl
COlNltY
-----
Sire Locahn:
Building
Site:
Plaoont
use:
in Years:
Prior uu:
W.
PRDCEDURE,
WI.
AfvROXIMATE
AMOUNT
ASBESTOS,
INCLUDING:
1. Regulatd
2. Cmqpry
3. CItcqwy
40
# of Ffoon:
INCLUDING
ANALYTICAL
METHOD,
IF APPROPRIATE,
w
RACM
To 0*
RUWWWJ
ACM To Be Romowd
I ACM Hoc Removed
If ACM Not Rsmowd
USED
TO DETECT
THE PRESENCE
OF ASBESTOS
Nonfriable
AsbamJs
Mafertsf
Not
To Es Removed
Cat)
j
Indicate unit ot
Measurement
Below
UNIT
Carl1
In m:
Ln Ft:
Pi.
surfaoa
sq Fl:
Arm
/
Vol.
MATERIAL:
RACM
Off F&WY
Cu Ft:
Compnmnt
WI.
SCHEDULED
DATES
ASBESTOS
I%
SCHEDULED
DATES
DEMO
REMOVAL
c YU / DO / w I
Sq m.
1
cu In:
Complere:
Start:
I
/ RENOVATfON
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complete
sure
1
Contmued
Figure
1. Notification
of Demolition
-17-
and Renovation
Sample
Format
on page two
EP 1110-l-11
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NOTIFICATION
OF DEMOLITION
AND RENOVATION
( continued
)
X
DESCRtPTION OF PUNNED
DEMOLlTlON OR RENOVAllON WORK. AND METHOD(S) TO BE USED:
XI.
DESCRlPTlON OF WORK PRACllCES AND ENQINEERING CONTROLS TO BE USED TO PREVENT EMISSIONS OF ASBESTOS AT THE
DEMOLITION AND RENOVATION SITE:
x11. WAsTE TRANSPORTER I1
Name:
City
sute:
zip:
I
I
Contwt PHwn:
Tolophona:
WASTE TRANSPORTER 12
Name:
kldnw:
City:
sum:
Contwt
XIII.
,
Pmwn:
ZIp:
T&phone:
WASTE DISPOSAL
SITE
NWlle:
LocatLon:
Citv.
Zip:
T&phone:
XIV.
IF DEMOUTION ORDERED BY A GOVERNMENT AGENCY, PLEASE IDENTIFY THE AGENCY BELOW:
N8ma:
TM:
DateofOrdw(MM/DD/YY):
D*~OIdrdto~io(MM/DD/W):
XV.
FOR EMERGENCY RENOVATIONS
[email protected] Hour oi Emeraencv I MM / DD / W 1:
Dmcfiptton of the Sudden. UrmxpaM
Ennt:
Explanation of how the srsnt cawed unuh
conditions or would cwn
quipmont dunago or an unmaaonabla financial burdow
k-VI. DESCRIPTION OF PROCEDURES TO BE FOLLOWED IN THE EVENT THAT UNEXPECTED ASBESfOS IS FOUND OR PREVloUSLY
NONFRIABLE ASBESTOS MATERIAL BECOMES CRUMBLED. PULVERIZED, 0~ REDUCED TO POWDER.
UVII. I CERTIFY THAT AN INDIVIDUAL TFlAlNED IN THE PROVlSlONS of THIS REGULATION ( 40 CFR PART 61. SUBPART M ) WILL BE
ON-SITE DURINQ THE DEMOLITION OR RENOVATfON MD EVIDENCE THAT THE REQUIRED TRAINING HAS BEEN ACCOMPLISHED
BY THIS PERSON WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR INSPECTION DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS. I Raquirod 1 ywr titer promulgation )
( Signature of Ownor / Operator 1
I(vIII. I CERTIFY THAT THE ABOVE INFORMATION fS CORRECT.
Figure 1. Notification
of Demolition
and Renovation
-18-
Sample Format-Continued
IDmet
EP 1110-l-11
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submitted
with
submittal
before
work,
the proposal,
(3) those
throughout
work,
(21 those
commencement
submittals
that
the progression
Although
submittals
may require
(such as the medical
no action
and acceptability
Those
compliance
with
regarding
of’an
the contract
products
difficult
To determine
specifications
and equipment
may be a
task.
The difficulty
lies in the evaluation
unfamiliar
product
there
similar
product.
products,
for which
To aid in evaluating
manufacturer’s
catalogues
for the products
required
submittal
items
history
a means
identifies
for future
reference.
by NIOSH method
are
report
requires
copy
of as-built
in that
Specifications
that
to define
control,
meets
(See table
Inspection
(5) Air-sampling
the abatement
Occupational
7400
compliance.
site includes
Safety
of
Institute
of
establish
(NIOSH)
method
of the abatement
of those
samples
area.
will provide
their
assurance
that all fiber releases
have been
contained
within
area and have not
contaminated
Confirmation
method
Contractor
building
of the PCM results
7402
expense)
the abatement
the adjacent
TEM is an option
may employ
Fugitive
by NIOSH
asbestos
occur
own
air testing,
program.
program
combines
strategies
(1 I preabatement
(2) daily air monitoring,
below
-19-
be
(in-house
or
unit. The
each day depends
areas are active,
occurring
from their
during
and handling
within.
and Disposal.
fiber emissions
(fibers
containment)
abatement;
can
the
of ACM in preparation
transportation
are properly
protection
and (3) final air
during
would
inside and
Transportation,
discussed
that
the
in order to
exhausting
containment
released
or in the actual
A comprehensive
work
area and at the discharge
gathered
ACM is no exception.
e. Air-sampling
allows
is selected,
fiber counts
at any stage
packaging
fiber
concentrations.
air-sampling
many
asbestos
accidentally
that the
beyond
hygienist)
size, and the activity
f. Packaging,
spaces.
(at the Contractor’s
in order to verify
industrial
of samples
upon how
the
good
daily air samples
the containment
number
area
and ensuring
If the option
of each HEPA-filtered
areas
work
concentration
CEGS 02080
has not spread
or confirm
outside
is
levels
practices,
for the COR by the Government
Monitoring
of the ambient
to but outside
The analysis
taken
work
airborne
of confirming
activities,
the contract
National
and Health
PCM air sampling
adjacent
Reports.
and State
5 for final air clearance
area.
abatement
/d/ Final Air Clearance
good
by the Contractor
containment
Records.
an
program
fiber exposure
In addition,
contamination
Federal
and an abated
final clearance
the CO the option
Submittals.
meeting
airborne
CEGS
to implement
and guarantee
requirements).
and
and Final Clearance.
the Contractor
program
practices
(c) Daily
of 0.01
TEM to confirm
Such an air-monitoring
contaminant
report
drawings.
(bl Contractor’s
7402
requirements.
limits.
Documents.
in excess
from the same filter
air-monitoring
of employees
the project
are:
(al Project
for
PCM. If the PCM
is conducted.
(2) Abatement
and equipment
Included
air samples
a fiber count
analyzed
by the
in the contract.
7400
then a sample
abatement
are taken
gathering
fibers/cc,
02080
per CEGS 02080.
for documenting
involve
analysis
designed
provides
and
is no
and
(4) Final report. A final abatement
before
air tests
by NIOSH method
such
data sheets
Just
analysis
PCM results
of the
of air
protocol
or COR, as specified
tests
stage
types
purpose.
preabatement
Contractor
of the documents
compliance.
a unique
begins,
submitted.
(3/ Contract
For the three
(1) Preabatement.
acknowledge
or define
at any given
each has a different
satisfies
and are only for
to model
air quality
process.
samples,
various
examiner’s
the CO or COR should
receipt
abatement
of the abatement
the record
in order
environmental
continue
and (4) final submittals.
report),
clearance
requiring
of abatement
92
and disposal
If the methods
in paragraphs
applied,
can be assured.
for
of
and
(1) through
environmental
(4)
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Table 5. Final Air Clearance
NIOSH MElHOD
Loatim
Inside abatement
Requirements
7400, PCM*
Nurnbw of !hnplos
Sampld
5 per first 1,600 square feet plus 1 per 1,600 additional
square feet, but never less than 6 per abatement area
area
Each room in abatement
area less than 1,500
lb, but never less than 5 per abatement
square feet
2
Field blank
Laboratory
area
lb
blank
TEM, EPA METHOD
Numbr
Location Sampled
Inside abatement
of Samples
5=
area
Outside abatement
5
area
2
Field blank
Laboratory
1
blank
a PCM results can be confirmed
by TEM NIOSH
Method
7402
on a sample from the same filter.
’ Required by CEGS 02080.
’ Customer option upgrade. The mandatory method in EPA’s 40 CFR Part 763 requires a minimum of 5 samples per
sbatement area and an equal number outside abatement area. Additional samples may be desirable when existing
obstructions prevent proper characterization
of the abatement area.
(I) Packaging.
prepared
The ACM
must
be properly
suspended
should
/a/ Normally,
should
encapsulant
with
necessary
if ACM
removal,
saturated
or with
proceeding
after
before
be thoroughly
ceiling
tabletops.
and packaged.
amended
packaging.
the ACM
with
water
etc. Polyethylene-lined
ACM;
may be
removal.
however,
inside a containment
their
(bl Packaging
double
polyethylene-lined
or fiberboard
depends
primarily
should
materials
that
polyethylene.
large,
intact
polyethylene
include
and packing
cardboard
drums.
bagging
techniques
wrapping,
boxes,
The technique
on the ACM
are less likely
selected
Double
rounded
to puncture
Double
wrapping
ACM that
would
bag, for example,
should
boxes
materials
cement
may be used for any
use is not recommended
area because
and handling
size and weight.
facilities
of the
problems
In addition,
related
to
local regulators
may prohibit
(21 Labels and licenses.
is released
properly
necessary
the
use of such
for shipment
labeled,
Before
and disposal,
and the Contractor
licenses
and permits
any container
it must
must
in hand.
(31 Transport.
la) Waste
not fit into a
polyethylene-lined
- 20 -
must
be transported
truck
or Dumpster
in a
that
be
have all
be used for
carpeting,
such
products,
containers.
in
polyethylene,
itself.
be used for soft,
double
and
cardboard
asbestos
drums
their
decontamination
and disposal
bagging,
broken
before
immediately
partitions,
be used for sharp or pointed
as scrap metal,
a penetrating
Resaturation
is not packaged
systems,
Polyethylene-lined
is
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15 JUL92
completely
enclosed.
placarded
should
be loaded
respirators
taken
The vehicle
to indicate
the type
by abatement
and protective
not to rupture
record
document
signed
similar
The form
fully
shipment,
public
to figure
with
and
has reached
the ACM containers
and the cargo
should
sheet
and the
and at regular
11) must
is handed
common
practice
is to bury the packaged
landfills
approved
local authority.
Trench
minimize
dispersion.
wind
should
that
be sloped
waste
will
off.
State
sliding
bed that
extends
hand or mechanical
protective
forklift.
clothing.
positioned,
minimum
governs
specific
requirements
however,
State
isolation
work
area is isolated
sheets
a
In effect,
adhesives
can be substituted
however,
they
Spray
stringent.
limited
to joining
13. CONTAINMENT
polyethylene
floor,
and sealing
environment
exposure.
below
and access
the health
and the general
Discussed
techniques
within
uncontrolled
fiber
releases
from
within
a. Access
public
from
the containment
prime
protect
f
contamination.
area.
usage factors
rigid critical
to the outside
during
work
-21
-
floor,
and ceiling.
of three
The
polyethylene
surfaces
is to
from
on required
abatement
over all
or
building
activities,
more
may be necessary.
barrier (air IockJ. Access
area is always
consisting
Control.
laps.
are installed
openings
Depending
barriers
are normally
polyethylene
of any additional
(21 Airflow
area.
and other
nonabatement
and
finishes
As a minimum,
barriers
in the walls,
purpose
access
to prevent
the containment
doors,
penetrations
incidental
a through
used to control
are also intended
environment
techniques
in a hazardous
in paragraphs
are the techniques
to the environment
These
control
of workers
windows,
critical
to remove
and ceiling
adhesives
(I) Critical barriers.
Spray
for duct tape;
are more difficult
removal.
AREA CONSIDERATIONS.
an airtight
polyethylene
using duct tape.
soil
may be more
A
all edges and seams to
surfaces,
standard
disposal;
9 above).
the free
by overlapping
and sealing
of area
of each
environments.
is created
adjacent
factor
clean and
contaminated
chamber
The degree
of air between
during
Environmental
be secured,
may be required.
by preventing
wall,
protect
of the negative
the site cannot
guard
of
monitoring
(see paragraph
may lift existing
and local criteria
constant
is the prime
alternative
interchange
by
with
for landfill
then only
If the nature
operation
security
required
abatement
by
load is
NESHAP
and/or
area can be
hours,
requires
continuous
system
a security
only for full-scale
nonworking
6. Work Area Isolation.
and
of uncontaminated
The revised
exhaust
conducting
of 6 inches
24 hours.
point
the established
may be needed.
then a 24-hour
authority
respirators
is to be covered
along
action
to guarantee
or dump
the waste
signs (see
All
or unloading
When the entire
(see
at each entry
If the abatement
during
guard
the abatement
in
Workers
be wearing
or
used to
may be achieved
to the ground
this task should
made secure
grade at one end so
a load off a Dumpster
intervals
projects.
a daytime
the trench
and local landfill
Positioning
carefully
are often
can back into the trench.
with
requirements.
method
warning
be installed
guard needs to be considered
in sanitary
and positioned
be used in combinatron
barriers
(3) Security guards. Typically,
by
by State
If possible
from
be unloaded
accordance
within
landfills
down
the the truck
waste
etc. Perimeter
barrier.
disposal
waste
for asbestos
tape
in the
abatement
(4) Disposal. The most
selected
(2) Signs. In addition,
and
be confirmed
as the shipment
security,
tape must always
warning
upon the location,
11).
its intended
the transponer,
area can be delineated
from yellow
depending
relative
any other
sheet
2 in order to
link fence,
access,
warning
a waste
of barriers,
to a chain
The data on the form
describe
each signatory
wearing
must be completed
site operator.
should
(1) Barriers. A work
by a variety
Care must be
requires
by the Contractor,
disposal
workers
clothing.
that the waste
destination.
be
or tear the containers.
(b) The NESHAP
shipment
should
of load. The vehicle
through
individual
an airflow
layers
into a
barrier
(panels)
of
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.
Work sltc name and mailing
Owner's
telephone no.
Owner's name
address
I
2.
Operator's
3.
Waste
4.
Name, and address of responslble
Operator's
telephone no.
name and address
WDS
phone no.
disposal
site (WDS) name,
mailing address, and physical site
locatlon
Description
agency
of mater1
I
8.
9.
Special
handllng instructions
and addltlonal Infonnatlon
I hereby declare that the contents of thls
OPERATOR'S CERTIFICATION:
consignment are fully and accurately described above by proper shipping
name and are classified, packed, marked, and labeled, and are in all
respects In proper condition for transport by highway according to
applicable International and government regulations.
Printed/typed
10. Transporter
1 (Acknowledgment
Printed/typed
Address
Signature
I
of receipt of materials)
Month
Day
Year
Month
Day
Year
.
name b title
and telephone no.
11. Transporter
2 (Acknowledgment
Printed/typed
Address
name & title
of
name & title
Signature
and telephone no.
12. Discrepancy
indication space
13. Waste disposal slte
owner or operator:
Certification of receipt of asbestos materials
covered by this manifest exceDt as noted in item 12.
Printed/typed name & title
Signature
Month
Day Year
(Contlnuec
Figure 2. Waste and Shipment
-22-
Record Sample
Format
EP 1110-l-11
15
JUL92
INSTRUCTIONS
Waste Generator Sectfon
(Items l-9)
1.
Enter the name of the facility at which asbestos waste Is generated and
the address where the facility Is located.
In the approprlate spaces,
also enter the name of the owner of the facflfty and the owner's phone
number.
2.
If a demolftlon or renovation, enter the name and address of the company
and authorized agent responsfble for performlng the asbestos removal.
In the approprfate spaces, also enter the phone number of the operator.
3.
Enter the name, address, and physfcal site location of the waste
disposal site (WUS) that will be recelvlng the asbestos materials.
In
the approprlatc spaces, also enter the phone number of the WDS.
Enter
'on-site' If the waste wfll be disposed of on the generator's property.,
4.
Provide the name and address of the local, State, or EPA Reglonal office
responsfble for admfnfstering the asbestos NESHAP program.
5.
Indfcate the types of asbestos waste materials generated.
If from a
demolition or renovatlon, indfcatt the amount of asbestos that Is
-
6.
Frfable asbestos material
Nonfrfable asbestos material
Enter the number of containers used to transport the asbestos materials
lfsttd In Item 5. Also enter one of the followlng contafntr codes used
In transporting each type of asbestos materfal (specify any other type
of container used If not llsted below!:.,
On - Metal drums, barrels
~~~~~~
DP - Plastfc drums, barrels
BA - 6 ml1 plastic bags or wrappfng
7.
Enter the quantltfes of each type
of cubfc meters (cubic yards).
8.
Use this space to indicate special transportation, treatment,
storage
or disposal or 8111 of Ladlng lnformatlon.
If an alternate waste
disposal site Is designated, note it here.
Emergency response
telephone numbers or sfmflar fnformatfon may be Included here.
9.
The authorized agent of the waste generator must read and then sign
and date this certification,
The date Is the date of receipt by
transporter.
NOTE:
of asbestos material
removed In units
The waste generator must retafn a copy of thfs form.
(contInuedI
Figure
2. Waste
and Shipment
Record
-23 -
Sample
Format-Continued
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Transporter Sectlon (Items
10 & 11)
Enter
name, address, and telephone number of each
used, if applicable. Print or type the full name
person accepting responslblllty and acknowltdglng
matertals as listed on this waste shipment record
Enter date of receipt and signature.
10. a 11.
transporter
and tltle of
receipt of
for transport.
NOTE:
The transporter must retain a cop$n
5.
$gjJj-ip~~
Disposal Sl te Sectlon (Items 12 & 13)
12.
The authorized representative of the'&
must note in this space any
dlscrtpancy between waste described on this manifest and waste actually
received as well as any improperly enclosed or contained waste. Any
rejected mattrlals should be llsted and destlnatlon of those materials
A slSe that converts asbestos-containing waste material to
provided.
nonasbtstos material is consldered a WDS.
13.
The signature (by hand) of the authorlttd WDS agent Indicates
acceptance and agreement wfth statements on thls manifest except as
noted In Item 12. The date is the date of signature and receipt of
shfpment.
NOTE: The WDS must retain a completed copy of this form. The WDS must
also send a completed copy to the operator listed In Item 2.
Figure 2. Waste and Shipment
polyethylene
fastened
sides. The middle
opposite
at the top and on alternate
layer
side to that
is fastened
of the two
When the HEPA-filtered
creates
a negative
containment
drawn
by which
airflow
controlled.
prevent
and the three
into the work
The following
deterioration
frequent
outer
inside
by the airflow,
(al Retnforce
layers.
paragraphs
edges
system
work
the outer
within
to the outside
to the bottom
found
of
through
pressure
(cl Construct
flaps from
must
or breach
reinforced
access
polyethylene.
-24
-
because
a negative
before
within
the
area as compared
area and a pressure
Sequential
units.
are
of the
Negative
Then
in a critical
clean ambient
air locks
compartments
and load-out
be maintained.
occur
be
this is the
creates
the various
should
way,
areas
fibers
air locks.
between
must
asbestos
the containment
ambient
decontamination
panel.
system
containment
can begin
area. This system
gradient
a rod weight
work
used to contain
pressure
with
duct tape.
(b) Attach
System.
in all full-scale
abatement
from
air lock:
the free-moving
a
(see
Sb(3) and Sf above).
(7) The air-exhausting
installed
will help
panels
bags also isolate
use is restricted
are
an air lock
area can be
suggestions
a tighter
panels
their
it
c. Air-Exhausting
access
creating
area;however,
work
the
of the access
use and create
131 Glove bags. Glove
on the
fan unit is in operation,
pressure
area,
together
Record Sample Format-Continued
if a small tear
barrier
air would
flow
or
into the
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15 JUL 92
contaminated
area;
differential
however,
existed,
contaminated
into the surrounding
decontamination
if no pressure
air could
be provided.
leak
(2) The discharge
of the air-exhausting
must be HEPA-filtered.
at least 99.97
percent
monodispersed
outside
environment.
discharge
before
discharged
filtered
within
Flexible
ductwork
the airstream
of air
If that
area as possible
is commonly
in order to
(2) the shower
Upon entry,
room
area.
entire
system
must be properly
provide
the airflow
desired
pressure
is to specify
changes
needed
a minimum
is determined
The pressure
pressure
difference
of water
differential,
exercised
if the building
itself
atmospheric
or wind
conditions
pressure
gradient.
recommended
differential
that
a minimum
be maintained
the negative
pressure
gradient
would
containment
breached.
were
d. Decontamination
of decontamination
required:
Although
or if there-is
such cases,
through
However,
.truck
it is
the bagged
if the wrapped
unit
rooms:
approved
protection
asbestos
Material
where
the exterior
(I)
before
room.
would
device.
unit for entry
Program.
is used and all
are taken
personal
to protect
protection
the following:
testing.
ACM is
(21 Medical
In
(3)
surveillance.
Respiratory
selection
criteria.
unit.
(41 Protective
ACM is
the personnel
coveralls,
-25
-
boot
clothing,
covers,
gloves,
of
in the abatement
respirator
measures
The purpose
is to continuously
fiber content
Respirator-fit
etc., are
onto an enclosed
area.
program
include
When
the bags,
room
conveyance
An effective
ACM,
I1 1 the
room.
are not to use the load-out
precautionary
program
unit
unit does not need to
or containerized
units are
or containerized
are initiated,
from the holding
the workers.
ACM may be removed
too large to carry through
only their
unit. This unit is used
in the holding
area so that the proper
other
load-out
activities
a personal
Units. Two
decontamination
storing
e. Personal Protection
if the
decontamination
and
abatement
room
into or exit from the work
that
is such that airflow
of removed
wearing
decontamination
the wash
or other
Workers
no space to construct-one.
the personnel
removed
units are usually
if the volume
room,
is put on in the clean
room and (2) the holding
load-out
or if
pressure
20). A load-out
protective
any additional
of at least two
is through
temporarily
alter or reverse
(see sheet
remove
of the bags, etc., are wet ‘wiped
will guarantee
Therefore,
22) and (2) the material
small
that
is pressurized
(see sheet
be constructed
wash
flow
evaluate
(1) the personnel
area. When exiting
shed their
while
of bagged
and is composed
must be
and Load-Out
work
clothing
load-out
for the removal
the outside
be guaranteed
and
and equipment
used by experienced
(2) Material
airflow
in order to ensure
into the enclosure
clothes,
room
in the equipment
room
Prefabricated
street
Contractors.
of the exhaust
caution
the negative
types
the total
if maintained,
into the enclosure,
and (3) the equipment
units
can be as low as
pressure.
area,
etc.,
Street
commonly
rate of four air
between
of the containment
inches
airflow
by dividing
room.
practice
of exhaust
by the rated capacity
and inside
0.02
ventilation
The number
shoes,
(1) the clean
and respirators,
the shower
in the work
will ensure
unit. Thus unit
rooms:
remove
area, the workers
respirators.
the
Conventional
clothing
enter the shower
sized in order to
to guarantee
differential.
per hour.
requirement
unit.
needed
the
room,
workers
into the abatement
the work
clothing
system,
units
area and do not
of at least three
pass through
point.
any ventilation
areas.
room,
clothing,
(3) As with
the work
put on protective
used to channel
to its discharge
within
room.
and used,
and loose asbestos
(I) Personnel decontamination
but as far away
into the containment
asbestos
adjacent
is composed
air may be
the building,
airflow
point
remain
contaminate
air to the
of the building.
exhaust
from the containment
guarantee
releasing
The preferred
is to the outside
is impractical,
retain
unit must
constructed
and load-out
both airborne
debris
HEPA filters
of 0.3 micron
aerosol
properly
the decontamination
environment.
that
system
unit, then a load-out
When
that
is, disposable
and hoods.
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15 JUL 92
(5)
Prescribed
procedures
asbestos
for workers
16) Worker
the abatement
area.
types
practices
handling,
The surfactants
tension
and disposal
the interstitial
of surfactants:
to be used in the
removal
of asbestos.
from
respiratory
in CEGS 02080
protection
been prepared
objective
and worker
using appropriate
of those
procedures
level of protection
workers,
dealing
protection
have
procedures.
The
involved,
inspectors,
order to protect
the health
reoccupy
a building
demolish
the building),
decontamination
regardless
involve
workers
asbestos
fibers.
walls,
of both
and miscellaneous
cleaned
and/or
to guarantee
decontamination.
sequence
visual
dust or debris
additional
cycle.
found,
Inspection,
After
air samples
for the presence
I 7) Wet Removal
before
an exception
release
that
is developed
ACM,
unless
ACM
of
fibers.
friable
minimal
and dispersal
more
nonfriable
ACM that
they
agent
stucco,
will be sprayed
airless
effectively
and reduce
the
from the impact
zone.
release
warrant
Fiber
Techniques.
cannot
be controlled;
must
of fiber release
supplied
air respirators
with
dry removal,
situations
would
where
greater
hazard.
around
electrical
that
Because
of the
by dry removal,
of the hazards
the EPA requires
be obtained
full
are recommended.
because
Dry removal
therefore,
caused
is
since fiber
be employed.
amount
Furthermore,
Dry removal
hazardous,
before
that
begins.
in those
wet techniques
would
result
dry techniques
panels
or thermally
cannot
written
abatement
be used only
Normally,
associated
in a
are used
hot
be deactivated.
When
used, a local exhaust,
HEPA-filtered
ventilation
and collection
will be placed
as close as
possible
system
to the abatement
activity.
attraction
Wetting
and nonfriable
penetration
added
is higher
is wetted
low velocity
release
extremely
equipment
(21 below).
amosite
of amosite
such as plaster,
pressure,
of fiber
approval
aid
used for
ACTION
SELECTION.
a. Options. The selection
appropriate
to the water
of the water
14. RESPONSE
into the
can be expected.
(6) Surfactants
penetratjon
a
and analyzed
conditions
the wetting.
to both
even though
nonfriable
with
a final visual
by the interstitial
from
apply
as
all ACM to be
(see paragraph
is minimized
techniques
times
Techniques.
removal,
composition
the ACM
12) Dry Removal
is any discernible
asbestos
(a) The EPA requires
wetted
cycles,
are collected
of airborne
paint,
containment
passing
removing
removal,
the wetting
cqnsidered
are wet
the COR should,require
cleanings.
chemical
of asbestos),
Low
possibility
flights,
at the completion
If there
water,
in particular
tension
are used because
atomize
decontamination
inspection
the final cleaning
in the
as many
cleaning
or decorative
constantly.
successful
three
alkali
(ceilings,
equipment)
A normal
requires
thorough
surfaces
up under
sprayers
and invisible
HEPA vacuumed
the asbestos,
breaks
projects,
result
and all furnishings
shelves,
necessary
visible
it has a similar
forms
A removal
than amended
but because
than other
of a
an aqueous
expensive
(the surface
is made
(such as
in water.
contains
fcj When
work
used. The
should
water
are two
and (2)
readily.
whoLwill
abatement
All permanent
and floors)
will
and decontamination
a series of steps that
removal
In
There
ester and 50-percent
to asbestos,
asbestos
thus
water
solution
surfactant
ether)
that
is more
and
of containment
for cleaning
complete
who
part of all abatement
of the type
procedures
Procedures.
the cleaning
of an asbestos
area is an essential
including
of individuals
(including
silicate
and visitors.
f. Cleaning and Decontamination
generic
encapsulant
a safe
Amended
polyoxyethylene
polyoxyethylene
beading,
attraction.
a I- to 3-percent
50-percent
is to provide
to all parties
supervisors,
with
the surface
(1) amended
encapsulant.
mixing
inexpensive
The sections
reduce
of the ACM and prevent
promoting
training.
17) Appropriate
removal,
wetting.
decontamination
exiting
purpose
abatement,
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response
action
of the most
depends
of and the circumstances
as determined
during
upon the
leading
to the
the site survey.
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The following options are available to the designer
when selecting the most appropriate abatement
technique for specific situation:
(1) Removal
(2) Encapsulation.
(3) Encasement.
demolition work performed before asbestos
abatement should be under the supervision of an
individual trained in asbestos abatement and with
an awareness of ACM. That individual must be
informed of the locations of the ACM and should
be on the lookout for other hidden ACM that may
become exposed as demolition proceeds.
(4) Enclosure.
(5) Repair.
Table 3 above lists the response action options for
various ACM. Although all five options are
available to the designer for the abatement of
friable ACM, the last four are rarely used for
demolition work.
b. Demolition
and Renovation
Factors.
(1) Demolition and renovation response actions
are governed by the revised EPA NESHAP
regulation and can entail either the repair or
removal of both friable and nonfriable ACM. For
example, if a building is being demolished and
exterior nonfriable ACM is being removed before
demolition, final clearance is not required. If the
interior ACM is removed before demolition, final air
sampling can be satisfied by PCM or as required
by more stringent State or customer requirements.
TEM sampling is not usually required. PCM air
samples are required, however, since demolition
workers would probably enter the building after
abatement.
For interior building renovations, final
air clearance is also a requirement, since the
space would be reoccupied for normal use.
Normally if the ACM under the renovation is
exterior, final air clearance would not be required,
unless the penetration of airborne dust
contaminated interior spaces.
*
(2) According to the revised NESHAP,
category 1 and 2 nonfriable ACM may be left in
place during demolition if specific conditions are
met. See Army Environmental Office ENVR-EP
Memorandum,
Policy Guidance on Interpretation of
Revised EPA Asbestos Rule Affecting Demolition
and Renovation of Buildings.
(3) For demolition work, nonasbestos
materials may have to be removed before ACM
removal in order to reach the ACM or
accommodate
project phasing. Nonasbestos
c. Removal Factors. Complete systems, such
as piping or mechanical equipment, may be
removed with the ACM still attached. In such
cases, glove bag procedures are used to remove
the ACM where the pipe or equipment is to be cut
or dismantled, leaving component sections as
large as possible. Sections with the ACM still
attached are wrapped and sealed according to
established procedures. This method is feasible
when systems are unsalvageable
and the
respective State does not require segregation of
asbestos-contaminated
waste before disposal.
Removing systems with asbestos insulation intact
will usually result in material and labor cost
savings. However, the cost of transport and
disposal of large components must be evaluated
and weighed against the lower abatement cost.
d. Decontamination
Factors.
(1) Cleaning the contaminated materials
before disposal may be less expensive than
preparing them for disposal as contaminated
waste, although State regulations, labor rates, and
cost of replacement materials for ACM will
determine the relative economics of
decontamination.
(2) It is possible to wash or HEPA vacuum
asbestos-contaminated
building materials and then
dispose of the materials as nonasbestos waste.
Some of the most common examples are
carpeting, curtains, ductwork, and ceiling tile.
However, it is recommended that laboratory tests
be made to verify the success of decontamination.
e. Other Selection Factors. The selection of the
most appropriate response action detail sheet
should be made carefully, with full coordination
with the customer. Furthermore, careful field
observations of the situations leading to the
response actions affect the selection of the most
appropriate abatement detail. Also, a nonfriable
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ACM that
normally
containment
requires
area should
inspection
may reveal
condition
that
and friable
removal
crumbled,
where
pulverized,
full-scale
or reduced
containment
example
would
cement
be damaged
it would
would
be indicated.
be the removal
which
applicable.
during
one setup
must analyze
determine
exterior
Then
alternative
For example,
wall
asbestos
An
floor
alternative
of asbestos
(sheet
detail
of plaster
actions
15. ABATEMENT
DESIGN.
guidelines
alternatives
and options.
refines
process.
that
Paragraph
for evaluating
of vinyl
751, of the three
that
could
one would
apply,
be sheet
the
4.
of an abatement
reviewing
project
all related
construction
14 above
(al Both the graphics
further
of the details
make them
a. Gathering and Reviewing
starts
documents
assuming
Data. The design
with
gathering
data and information
window
and
so that
can be prepared.
(I)
General input. Data would
videotapes,
plans, and all other
establishing
information
the response
conceptualizing
delete
which
designate
contacting
the local
provide
information
about
since the site survey
(3) Customer
process
customer,
particularly
information
Significant
requirements.
the necessary
the contract
could
during
into the
ceiling,
gathered
setup
details,
changes
02080,
and review
(7) Selecting
the response
task,
the appropriate
is ready to
detail
2 through
setup
the critical
4, the designer
visible
brackets,
the brackets,
for the individual
details
as follows:
of
designer
work
should
CEGS 02080
superfluous
for each response
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rather
duct tape
than hidden.
in CEGS 02080
regardless
will require
on each detail
for identifying
should
Solid lines make the duct tape on
barriers
containing
factors.
5 above
be edited
lines representing
lb/ Any paragraph
and CEGS
setup detail. Upon selection
action
use tables
the dashed
to solid lines.
and corresponding
sheets
to be done on the
3 would
As a final edit to sheet
the designer
various
below.
deletions.1
to
Once the data is
edit the detail
1 and 2 for
3. Prepare area as follows: turn off electrical power
and r-ve
light fixtures. Protect ceiling as required.
HEPA vacuum floor and walls.
the
any necessary
action
as noted
with
will take
abatement.
and reviewed,
the response
along
such as the
Instructions
is expected
instruction
transform
select
wall,
sheeting,
do not exist,
be edited
Since no work
and
with
help prevent
b. Guideline Application.
lines on that
door.
indicates
in it and the
the designer
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene barriers over all windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc. Secure
with duct tape on all sides. HEPA vacuum furniture,
fixtures, and equipment and r-w
from or protect in
containment area, as specified by the contract.
detailed
steps to coordinate
that
to
conditions
input
The designer
in order to obtain
information
also
by the local
on the ACM to be abated
scheduling
customer
would
authorities
any changed
regarding
wall,
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 1 1. Eliminate air flow into
containment area by isoiating all supply and return air
ducts from mechanical system. Lock doors and
windows not required for access.
was made.
input.
that
and exterior
(Boldfaced
For instance,
has no furniture
polyethylene
features
to
and
military
can be provided
specific.
the irregular
sheet 4 would
aid in
and the instructions
may need to be edited
is the exterior
would
design.
input. Data gathering
include
design
actions
would
project
wall
register
floor and site
that
the abatement
(2J Military
include
photographs,
sheets
the room
any other
available
for a
specific project.
the available
This paragraph
of
on an
(2) Editing details and CEGS 02080
presented
the
data to
is the most
47) and removal
details
most appropriate
heat shields.
applies,
if the response
tile (sheet
setup
detail
the project-related
a room are for the removal
be considered
to powder.
If more than
designer
Close
the ACM is in poor
or would
to the point
action.
only a modified
be inspected.
review
of the text
editing.
Also,
and edit every
sheet
and every
section,
deleting
data and modifying
within
the
instruction
paragraph
of each
all unrelated,
where
necessary
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15JUL92
to make both
detail
project
sheets
drawings
specific.
supporting
should
specification
Final versions
the abatement
be attached
at table
(3) Review
c. Abatement
of the
design
(1) To create
to the contract
1, Summary
of two
of Work Tasks.
abatement
(al Air rate factors.
For sheets
of the containment
calculated
to verify
obtainable
from a HEPA vacuum,
normally
area exceed
HEPA vacuum,
unit would
and the detail
sheeting
(2) The drawings
following
remain
limitation
(a) Location
5, 6, and 7)
should
to small-scale,
short-duration
However,
that
lock (sheet
of low-hazard
limitation
1) is replaced
the abatement
large room
action
when
only a portion
of a
water.
an economic
I1 ) only a small portion
to contamination,
(3) less waste
unit and routing
HEPA-filtered
for several
of the area is
combined
is
construction
critical
site conditions
barrier
that
(sheet
isolates
areas and prevents
exchange
between
the two
helps keep unauthorized
area.
Furthermore,
serve as a volume-reducing
conjunction
with
areas.
persons
bulkhead
a decontamination
the load-out
also
that
fan
air duct.
projects,
action
the
plans may be
the total
number
can be attached
of
if used in
unit
unit,
show
process
material
that
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detail.
instructions,
can identify
exhaust
design
the project,
elsewhere.
actual
to a
a descriptive
highlight
air through
during
the ACM that
the designer
site of
the
a window,
etc.
the abatement
identifies
was not surveyed
the designer
the
the prospective
how to discharge
151 If at any time
can also
for describing
of specific
details
HEPA-filtered
out of the
this barrier
of the
truck.
the HEPA-filtered
technique
in order to create
will be removed,
air
This barrier
and
is the use of photographic
photographic
the abatement
nonwork
and
for disposal
uncomplicated
images
With the addition
28) is a
area from
abatement
drawing
critical barrier factors. The
barrier
the
power
of the disposal
in order to reduce
sticky-back
(cl Structural
for electrical
area and response
(41 A helpful
fan unit can
be used.
structural
also include
sheets.
and (4) a
air-exhausting
for
such as the following:
of the discharge
(3) For small,
(2) less polyethylene
is generated,
points
and the location
abatement
consideration
for
that are an integral
should
(d) Area for locating
or area, the use of a bulkhead
becomes
smaller
if the air
For example,
sheets
drawings,
must be added,
(cl Route to be taken
a
reasons:
exposed
potable
ACM,
unit.
also
detail
of the decontamination
(b) Pick-up
with
involves
units.
items.
does not apply
decontamination/load-out
load-out
factors.
areas (sheets
would
items:
not
Mini-containment
used,
be
contaminated.
be limited
construction
for each
1. A construction barrier shall encircle the work area.
It shall consist of yellow warning tape attached to
posts at 9 feet on center and strung 3 feet above
gade. Warning signage shall be attached to the tape
at a 46 feet spacing (see detail sheet 14).
of the fan unit
area and would
or to the removal
notes
and seal the
161 Mini-Containment
work
example,
modified
of the fan unit would
notations
design
slide the fan
to the casing
Most
the containment
become
fan
For both
part of the abatement
way of installing
in the polyethylene,
duct tape.
outside
HEPA-filtered
up to the window,
polyethylene
of the
apply
drawing
setup
be
the
but would
the applicable
area.
should
what
would
areas
construction-related
the size of the
specify
area. The second
each abatement
outline
sheets
the abatement
superimpose
fan unit in a small area would
to cut a window
unit intake
outline
is
the capabilities
The most effective
the HEPA-filtered
abatement
air
which
a small capacity
be required
accordingly.
with
the rate of exhaust
100 cfm or less. Should
containment
5 and 6,
area must be
detail
a series
drawings
would
areas and would
action
design,
background
used. The first drawing
of Factors.
Creation.
an abatement
planimetric
response
the volume
Drawing
should
a building
but is affected
develop
a bulk
by
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15JUL92
sampling
program
gathered
and forwarded
laboratory
for analysis.
of material
assumed
is limited
the designer
it as an ACM
response
to the designated
However,
guarantee
are
the other
products
16. REPLACEMENT
abatement
technical
designs
replacement
is expected
specifications
established
DESIGN.
activities
that
If the same
and installing
documentation
are asbestos
safety
that
replacement
free should
in the Contractor’s
replacement
be one of the
submittal
register.
17. COST ESTIMATING.
Asbestos
abatement
removal
data may be obtained
This EP is directed
for the
of abated
the development
for replacement
procedures.
material
and does not include
and specifications
or restoration
is providing
materials,
actions.
substitutes,
the manufacturer’s
that the replacement
are asbestos-free.
Contractor
items
toward
asbestos-free
or the manufacturer’s
materials
sampling,
it with
with
must submit
data sheet as evidence
until proven
forego
and include
the Contractor
if the quantity
containing
could
ACM is replaced
project
and since all materials
to be asbestos
otherwise,
treat
and have the bulk samples
materials.
of designs
It
and
from the Corps of Engineers
will follow
To ensure
cost and pricing
Engineering
that abated
Support
are to be site adapted
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System,
Computer-Aided
Division
as applicable.
and
Cost
I. The data
EP 1110-l-11
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Part 2, Setup Details
FRAME AIR-LOCK
WITH VERTICAL
STUDS
SPACED
A MAXIMUM
OF 24 IN. ON CENTER
EXCEPT
AT 3/-O” OPENINGS.
PROVIDE
HORIZONTAL
FRAMING
MEMBERS
AT TOP
AND BOTTOM.
OCK
Lo 2
I CD=
‘li
COVER WALLS
AND ROOF FRAMING
WITH
PLYWOOD
AND COVER WITH 2 LAYERS
OF
6 MIL POLYETHYLENE.
-sr
TAPE ALL JOINTS.
Air lock
1. Establish
work
area so that unauthorized
entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Construct a wood frame.
Install one layer of 6-mil polyethylene
sheeting to
structural members and two layers to the floor. Seal
all edges of sheeting to wall, ceiling, and floor
surfaces
with
duct tape.
2. Install triple flaps of 6-mil polyethylene
sheeting
at
both doorways.
3. Install danger signs on each side of air lock area;
see sheet 11.
4. Before leaving work area, remove
in a plastic bag; see sheet 9.
outer suit. Place
Setup
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Detail
Sheet 1
1
EP 1110-l-11
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Installation of critical barrier and full containment area (for carpeted floors)
1. Establish
work area so that unauthorized
5. Prepare area as follows: turn off electrical power
and remove light fixtures. Protect ceiling as required.
HEPA vacuum plywood and walls.
entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow into
containment
area by isolating all supply and return air
ducts from mechanical system. Lock doors and
windows not required for access.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with duct tape on all sides. HEPA vacuum
furniture, fixtures, and equipment and remove from or
protect in containment
area, as specified by the
6. Protect wall surface with 6-mil polyethylene
from
floor to ceiling where walls are not to be abated.
Install viewing inspection windows,
where feasible.
7. Place 6-mil polyethylene
on top of plywood,
extending polyethylene
18 inches up wall.
8. Install HEPA filter unit and duct work;
see sheet 8.
contract.
9. Prepare door into decontamination
3. Install first layer of 6-mil polyethylene
extending
with
the polyethylene
on floor,
18 inches up wall.
Secure
in order to protect
6-mil
See sheet 22 for decontamination
for load-out unit. Doors that swing
must be removed from hinges.
duct tape.
4. Install 0.5-inch
polyethylene
plywood
Find deaance
underlay.
been completed,
requirements.
or load-out
into the work area
requirements.
After abatement has
see sheet 16 for final clearance
Setup
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unit and sheet 20
Detail
Sheet 2
I
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,,.,
REGISTER
Installation
L
ELEChXL
I
of critical barrier and full containment
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 1 1. Eliminate airflow into
containment area by isolation of all supply and return
air ducts from mechanical system. Lock doors and
windows not required for access.
II
/
I
area (for hard floor surfaces)
4. Protect wall surface with 6-mil polyethylene from
floor to ceiling. Install view inspection windows,
where feasible.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows, doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with duct tape on all sides. HEPA vacuum
furniture, fixtures, and equipment and remove from or
protect in containment area, as specified by the
contract.
3. Install first layer of 6-mil polyethylene on floor,
extending the polyethylene
18 inches up wall. Secure
with duct tape.
5. Prepare area as follows: turn off electrical power
and remove light fixtures. Protect ceiling as required.
HEPA vacuum floor and walls.
6. Install top layer of 6-mil polyethylene.
7. Install HEPA filter unit and duct work; see sheet 8.
8. Prepare door into decontamination
unit or load-out
unit; see sheet 22 for decontamination
unit and sheet
20 for load-out unit. Doors that swing into the work
area must be removed from hinges.
Final dearance requirements. Aftkr abatement has
been completed, see sheet 17 for final clearance
requirements.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 3
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Installation of critical barrier and full containment area (for vinyl tile floors)
4. Protect
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow into
containment
area by isolating all supply and return air
ducts from mechanical
windows
not required
system.
wall surface with
floor to ceiling.
Install viewing
6-mil polyethylene
inspection
from
windows,
where feasible.
Lock doors and
5. Install HEPA filter unit and duct work;
for access.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with duct tape on all sides. HEPA vacuum
furniture, fixtures, and equipment and remove from or
protect in containment
area, as specified by the
see sheet 8.
6. Prepare door into decontamination
unit or load-out
unit; see sheet 22 for decontamination
unit and sheet
20 for load-out unit. Doors that swing into the work
area must be removed from hinges.
contract.
3. Prepare area as follows:
and remove
light fixtures.
HEPA vacuum
turn off electrical
Protect
power
ceiling as required.
floors and walls.
Setup
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Detail
Sheet 4
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0
BULKHEAD
STRUCTURAL
FRAME
WITH STUDS
SPACED
MAXIMUM
OF 24 IN. ON CENTER
Single bulkhead
containment
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Construct a structural frame
for a bulkhead wall and an air lock. See sheet 1 for air
lock requirements other than those identified in note 1
of this drawing. Bulkhead is to be parallel to the item
requiring abatement. Attach structural frame to walls,
floor, or ceiling as necessary for stability. Cover the
frame with one layer and the floor with two layers of
6-mil polyethylene
sheeting, sealing edges of
polyethylene to walls, ceilings, and floor surfaces
with duct tape. Install viewing inspection windows,
where feasible.
2. Seal with duct tape all penetrations
as pipes, electrical conduit, or ducts.
(typical)
area
6. Accumulate all loose materials for disposal, and
place in approved container; see Sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14. Adequately wet clean all wall,
floor, tool, and equipment surfaces.
7. Abatement worker must wear two disposable
suits. Remove outer suit in work area and place in a
plastic bag; see sheet 9. Enter air lock.
8. In air lock, wet wipe respirator and wash hands
with clean water from portable sprayer. Remove
respirator and place in clean plastic bag. Proceed to
remote shower where inner suit may be removed.
such
3. Install triple 6-mil polyethylene flaps at both
doorways. Place portable sprayer with clean water,
disposable towels, and prelabeled disposal bag in air
lock.
4. Install danger signs on outside of containment
area; see sheet 1 1.
5. Install HEPA vacuum. Extend hose into
mini-containment
area for general vacuuming,
negative air, and cleaning of disposable suit.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 5
I
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Ii\
MATERIAL
0
.!!
AR LOCK- MINIMUM DIMENSIONS;
5 FT X 5 FT X 6.5 Fl HIGH
WITH VERTICAL
STUDS SPACED
MAXIMUM
OF 24 IN ON CENTER
EXCEPT
3 FT AT DOORWAYS
BULKHEAD
STRUCTURAL
FRAM
WITH STUDS SPACED MAXIMU
OF 24 IN ON CENTER
Double
-
\I’
bulkhead
containment
area
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Construct a structural frame
for two bulkhead walls and an air lock. See sheet 1
for air lock requirements other than those identified in
note 1 of this drawing. Bulkheads are to be parallel to
the wall being removed. Attach structural frame to
walls, floor, or ceiling as necessary for stability.
Locate change room on the side opposite the
asbestos-containing
surface material. Cover the frame
with one layer and the floor with two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene
sheeting and seal edges to walls, ceiling,
and floor surfaces with duct tape. If a bulkhead is
located outside the building, end walls and a roof will
also be required. Install viewing inspection windows,
where feasible.
6. Accumulate all loose materials for disposal. Place
in approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14. Adequately wet clean all wall, floor, tool,
and equipment surfaces.
2. Seal with duct tape all penetrations
as pipes, electrical conduit, or ducts.
Final clearance requirements. After abatement is
completed, prepare area for final clearance.
Contractor and Contracting Officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certiflcatation of
final Cleaning and visual Inspection. Contractor will
apply lockdown encapsulant,
Contract designee&)
will conduct final air-clearance monitoring as required
by the contract. Remove containment area upon
instructions from the Contracting Officer, and treat it
as asbestos- contaminated material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of as specified in the contract.
(typical)
such
3. Install triple 6-mil polyethylene flaps at doorways.
Place portable sprayer with clean water, disposable
towels, and prelabeled disposal bag in air lock.
4. Install danger signs on outside of containment
area; see sheet 11.
5. Install HEPA vacuum; extend hose into
mini-containment
area for general vacuuming,
negative air, and cleaning of disposable suit.
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7. Abatement worker must wear two disposable
suits. Remove outer suit in work area and place in a
plastic bag; see sheet 9. Enter air lock.
8. In air lock, wet wipe respirator and wash hands
with clean water from portable sprayer. Remove
respirator and place in a clean plastic bag. Proceed to
shower where inner suit may be removed.
9. After abatement
final clearance.
is completed,
prepare area for
Setup Detail
Sheet 6
EP 1110-l-11
15
JUL92
STRUCTURAL
FRAME
WITv
STUDS
SPACED
MAXIMUM
OF 24 IN. ON CENTER
AIR LOCKMINIMUM
DIMENSIONS:
5 FT X 5 FT X 6.5
;i
HICi+
WITH
VERTICAL
STUDS
SPACEC
MAXIMUM
OF 24 IN. ON CENTE?
Mini-containment
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized
prevented; see sheet 11. Construct a
sheet 14. Adequately
wet clean all wall, floor,
and equipment surfaces.
entry is
two-compartment
wood frame around work area;
install one layer 6-mil polyethylene
sheeting to
plastic bag; see sheet 9. Enter air lock.
and floor surfaces with duct tape. Install viewing
inspection windows,
where feasible.
(typical)
8. In air lock, wet wipe respirator and wash hands
with clean water. Remove respirator and place in a
clean plastic bag. Proceed to remote shower unit
where inner suit may be removed.
such
Fiid da&xx
ra&ements.
After abatement is
completed, prepare area for final clearance.
Contractor and Contracting Officer will certify visual
3. Install triple 6-mil polyethylene
flaps at both
doorways.
Place portable sprayer with clean water,
disposable towels, and prelabeled disposal bag in air
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certifcatiunof
f%al CYehilg and Wsuai inspection. Contractor will
lock.
4. Install danger signs on outside
area. See sheet
apply lockdown encapsulant. Contract designee(s)
&It-conduct final ‘air-clearance monitoring as required
of Containment
11.
5. Install HEPA vacuum;
extend
tool,
7. Abatement worker must wear two disposable
suits. Remove outer suit in work area and place in a
structural members and two layers 6-mil polyethylene
sheeting to the floor. Seal all edges to wall, ceiling,
2. Seal with duct tape all penetrations
as pipes, electrical conduit, or ducts.
area
by the contract. Remove containment area upon
‘instructions from the Contracting Officer, and treat it
as asbestos- contaminated material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels, see sheet 14.
Dispose of as specified in the contract.
hose into
mini-containment
area for general vacuuming,
negative air, and cleaning of disposable suit.
6. Accumulate
all loose materials for disposal. Place
in approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
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Setup Detail
Sheet 7
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
PLASTIC
I
FLAPS
i-
/ /-----71
/’
‘<E--r
1 I
I
,I,
I
,
I
‘1
LOAD OUT UNIT J
-DECONTAMINATION
I
1
,
/
DOORS.
UNIT
,rn*
ncl-H
FAN
/
78, 7rnrn
r IL I CnL”
UNITS
L
/--jj
EXHAUST
//
CLEAN
Ventilation
of containment
area and decontamination
1. Install a ventilation system in the containment area
that draws the air supply through the decontamination
and load-out units. See sheets 20 and 22.
2. Operate ventilation system 24 hours a day from
start of abatement through final cieararce.
3. Place
pressure
between
be read
ETC.
INSPECTION
WINDOW
LOCATION
EXHAUST
unit, using HEPA filters
5. Locate HEPA filters in order to prevent
pockets.
dead air
6. Exhaust filtered air to outside of building, unless
otherwise approved by the Contracting Officer.
at the decontamination
unit entrance a
gauge that measures differential pressure
abatement and ambient areas. Gauge must
hourly and logged or continuously recorded.
4. The ventilation system must create, as a minimum,
a negative pressure of 0.02 inches of water inside the
containment area (relative to the outside of the
containment area) and must be sized for a minimum of
four air changes per hour or more, as specified in the
contractor’s
asbestos hazard abatement plan.
Setup
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Detail
Sheet 8
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
DOUBLE BAGGING
Containers-double
1. Place the still-wet asbestos-containing
and
asbestos-contaminated
material into a prelabled 6-mil
polyethylene
bag. Do not overfill. Do not use bag for
asbestos-containing
or asbestos-contaminated
material
that could puncture the bag. (See sheet 9C for
packaging items that could puncture bags.)
bagging
3. Twist top and fold over. Apply
duct tape.
second wrap of
4. Adequately wet clean outside of disposal bag by
wet wiping, and take bag to the equipment and
staging area.
5. Place bag inside a second prelabled
polyethylene bag.
2. Evacuate with HEPA vacuum, and seal collapsed
bag by twisting top I6 in] [15 cm] closed and
wrapping with a minimum of two layers of duct tape.
6-mil
6. Seal outer bag by repeating steps 2 and 3 above.
Take bag to load-out unit; see sheet 20.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 9A
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Containers--leak-tight
wrapping
1. Place two layers of 6-mil polyethylene
sheet on
surface so that the bottom layer is offset I4 in1 I10
cm1 from the top layer.
with duct tape. Apply
2. Place the still-wet
4. Repeat procedure
asbestos-contaminated
asbestos-containing
material
3. Wrap the top layer tightly around the contaminated
material. Seal all edges of the top layer of sheeting
or
that is too large
labeling.
labels; see sheet
with bottom
Take to load-out
14.
layer, including
unit; see sheet 20.
’
(boiler, vessel, pipe segment, etc.1 to be placed in
disposal bags on the top layer of polyethylene.
Setup
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-.
Detail
Sheet
98
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Containers-corrugated
2. Close flaps, and seal with
1. Place still-wet asbestos-containing
or
asbestos-contaminated
material that could puncture
duct tape.
3. Apply labels; see sheet 14. Place box into disposal
see sheet 9A. Take to load-out unit; see sheet
disposal bags into heavy-duty
corrugated cardboard
boxes coated with plastic or wax that will retard
deterioration
bag
cardboard boxes
20.
from moisture.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 9C
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
HfPA
vAcLhlu
Glove bag
1. Construct modified containment
area in accordance
with sheet 21. NOTE: inspect for structural integrity
the insulation material adjacent to section being
removed, since glove bag removal procedure is not
appropriate if it will cause asbestos fiber release from
4. Grasp tools in pouch and withdraw
by pulling glove
inside out. Twist glove above encased tools to create
a constriction,
and tape constricted area with duct
tape. Cut through middle of taped area so that tools
and glove bag will both remain sealed. Place encased
adjacent
tools into tool pouch of next glove bag or
decontaminate
by water immersion.
asbestos-containing
material.
2. Put tools and rags inside glove bag. Insulation
adjacent to the asbestos-Containing
material being
removed must be adequately wet cleaned and sprayed
with an encapsulant before placing glove bag over the
area to be removed. Install glove bag according to
manufacturer’s
instructions.
(NOTE: Negative-air glove
bags may be used if first approved by Contracting
Officer. Manufacturer
procedures for negative-air
glove bags will vary from procedures identified on this
sheet.) install HEPA filter vacuum cleaner with hose
ducted into bag. Seal with duct tape. Smoke test for
leaks. Soak insulation
with
amended
water.
3. yemove insulation and clean exposed metal
surfaces. Encapsulate exposed ends of insulation
metal surfaces.
surfaces
Adequately
to below
5. Evacuate Qlove bag, using HEPA vacuum. Twist
bag to create a constriction
below tool pouch. Wrap
constricted area with duct tape. Cut bag [4 in1 I10
cm] above constriction.
Double bag cut off portfon of
bag; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14. C:p and
seal end of HEPA vacuum hose in order to prel :n:
incidental fiber release.
6. Remove remaining portion of glove bag. Plac. in
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; se
sheet 14. Dispose as asbestos-contaminated
wyd“::.
and
wet clean glove bag
tool pouch.
_:..s.
*... ----+ -. ...asrsqumzd by the contract.
_:- ,>+._r .. i . -./ji .._
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‘,.
Setup Jetail
Sheet 10
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
ASBESTOS
CANCER
DISEASE
& LUNG
HAZARD
C
AUTHORIZED
PERSONNEL
ONLY
::
WHITE LETTERING
-l
ON RED BACKGROUND
=?=I
AREA
WARNING
SIGNS
AND WARNING TAPE
DETAIL
Area
6il
warning signs and warning tape
3. Attach
1. Provide and install [4 mill [O. 10 mm1 polyethylene
warning tape at locations shown on the abatement
both warning
signs at each entrance
of the
work area and at (33 ydl 130 ml on center where
security fencing is installed.
area plan.
4. Warning
2. Warning tape is to be attached to wood or metal
posts at [lo ftl 1300 cm1 on center. Tape must be I3
languages
ft] 1100 cm1 from ground.
signs must be in English and other
required
by the contract.
5. Install at eye level.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 11
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
FIBER
Y,NlY”Y
CONCENTRATION
NOT
IN EXCESS
OF
I FIBER/CC
NOT
IN EXCESS
OF
5 FIBERS/CC
HALF-MASK
WITH HEPA
REWIRED
RESPIRATOR
AIR PURIFYING
FILTERS
1
RESPIRAlOR
1
FULL
WllM
FACEPIECE
AIR-PURIFYING
HEPA
FILTERS
NOT
IN EXCESS
OF
IO FIBERS/CC
LOOSE
FIlTlNG
HELMET
PURIFYING
RESPIAAlOR
NO?
IN EXCESS
OF
IO FIBERS/CC
POWERED
AIR-PURIFYING
FULL FACEPIECE
AN0
RESPIRATOR
HEPA
FILTE
OR HOOD.POWEREO
WITH HEPA
FILTERS
RESPIRATOR
HEPA
FILTER
AIR-
WITH
SUPPLIED
AIR RESPIRAlOR
OPERATED
M PRESSURE-DEMAND
MOOE WITH BACK-UP
HEPA
FILTER
OR
UNKNOWN
CONCENlRATION
SELF-CONTAINED
BREATHING
APPARATUS
SUPPLY
Respiratory protection table
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Setup Detail
Sheet 12
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
.-
Protective clothing
1. Disposable
or reusable
5. Cartridge-type
full body suit with elastic
around hood and shoe cover openings
as otherwise specified in the contract.
2. Hood shall be worn over respirator’s
is required
or
head and neck
straps.
3. Shoe covers
ankles in order to prevent
duct tape at wrists
6. If eye protection
protection goggles
7. Rubber work
shall be worn over work shoes.
4. Cuffs shall be taped with
air-purifying
HEPA filter respirator
minimal requirement.
Type shall be selected
accordance with sheet 12.
is not integral
are required.
gloves
respirator,
are recommended
alone or under outer work
and operation safety.
and
with
gloves
is
in
provided
to be worn
for hand
infiltration.
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.
Setup Detail
Sheet 13
EP illO-l-11
15 JUL92
/
Cl5 CM1 C6 IN1
/
/
/
/
2
-
DANGER
dU
CONTAINS
ASBESTOS
FIBERS
AVOID
CREATING
DUST
CANCER
& LUNG
DISEASE
HAZARD
f
0
0
5
/
/
Disposal container label
Attach
warning
labels to each disposal
container
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removed
from abatement
area.
Setup Detail
Sheet 14
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Cl0
SIGN
IN1 C25
CM1
f
A.
NO
B.
BEVERAGES,
TOBACCO
ALL
SIGN
FOOD,
PERMITTED
PERSONS
REMOVE
STREET
AND
PROTECTIVE
CLOTHING
RESPIRATOR
BEFORE
THE
OR
PUT
Cl0
C25 CM1
WORK
I
-
ALL
SIGN
C.
PERSONS
SHOWER
IMMEDIATELY
EXITING
WORK
AND
THE
BEFORE
CLEAN
I
18
IN3
C20 CM1
-
Decontamination
1. Provide
2. Install
in English
other languages
unit
by the
eye level.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 15
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Preparation of full containment area for final clearance (for carpeted floors)
1. Accumulate
all loose material for disposal. Place
material in approved container; see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14. Adequately wet clean and HEPA
vacuum
all wall, floor,
and equipment
lockdown
4. Remove
plywood.
surfaces.
polyethylene
from walls,
plywood
floor,
6. Door into contamination
unit or load-out
room
7. HEPA vacuum
carpet.
8. Prepare area for final clearance.
9. Contractor and Contracting
Officer will recertify
visual inspection of work area on sheet 19,
Certification of Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
encapsulant.
HEPA vacuum
in place and operating.
remains.
2. Contractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Clearing and Visual Inspection.
3. Apply
5. HEPA filter unit remains
and
before removal.
10. Contract
air-clearance
Critical barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to remain.
designee(s) will conduct final
monitoring as required by the contract.
11. Upon instruction
Remove any temporary equipment enclosures used;
see sheet 24. Treat polyethylene
as
asbestos-contaminated
material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9 for leak-tight wrapping. Apply
labels; see sheet 14. NOTE: With approval from the
from Contracting
Officer,
shut
down HEPA filter ventilation
system, detach duct
work, move system to equipment room of
decontamination
unit, clear and dispose of waste; see
sheet 8. Remove critical barrier and place in approved
Contracting
Officer, uncontaminated
plywood can be
treated as ordinary construction
waste; otherwise,
treat as asbestos-contaminated
material.
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of waste as asbestos-contaminated
material.
Setup Detail
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Sheet
16
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Preparation of full containment area for final clearance (for hard-surfaced floors)
1. Accumulate
all loose material
for disposal.
Place in
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14. Adequately
wet clean and HEPA vacuum all
wall, floor, and equipment surfaces.
6. Door into decontamination
unit or load-out
room
remains.
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
8. Contractor
and Contracting
Officer
will recertify
2. Contractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Clearing and Visual Inspection.
visual inspection of work area on sheet 19,
Certification of Final Cleaning and Visual Jnspection.
3. Apply
9. Contract designee(s) will conduct final air-clearance
monitoring as required by the contract.
lockdown
encapsulant.
4. Remove polyethylene
on walls and floor. Critical
barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall openings,
electrical outlets, etc., are to remain. Remove any
temporary equipment enclosures used; see sheet 24.
10. Upon instruction from Contracting
Officer, shut
down HEPA filter ventilation
system, detach duct
work, move system to equipment room of
decontamination
unit, clear and dispose of waste; see
sheet 8. Remove critical barrier and place in approved
Treat polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
.
material. Place in approved container; see sheet 9 for
leak-tight wrapping. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of waste as asbestos-contaminated
material.
5. HEPA filter’ unit remains in place and operating.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 17
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Preparation of containment area for final clearance (for vinyl tile floors)
1. Accumulate
all loose material
for disposal;
6. Door into decontamination
remains.
see
sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 74. Adequately
clean all wall, floor, and equipment surfaces.
wet
2. Contractor
visual
and contracting
officer will certify
lockdown
4. Remove
encapsulant.
polyethylene
from walls.
Critical
will conduct final
as required by the contract.
10. Upon instruction from Contracting
Officer, shut
down HEPA filter ventilation
system, detach duct
work, move system to equipment room of
decontamination
unit, clear and dispose of waste; see
sheet 8. Remove critical barrier and place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of waste as asbestos-contaminated
material.
polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
material.
Place in approved container; see sheet 9 for leak-tight
Apply
8. Contractor and Contracting
Officer will recertify
visual inspection of work area on sheet 19,
Certification of Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
9. Contract designee(s)
air-clearance monitoring
barriers
sealing all windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical
outlets, etc., are to remain. Remove any temporary
equipment enclosures used; see sheet 24.-Treat
wrapping.
room
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
inspection of work-area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Clearing and Visual Inspection.
3. Apply
unit or load-out
labels; see sheet 14.
5. HEPA filter unit remains in place and operating.
Detail
Sheet 18
Setup
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EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Certification
of Final Cleaning
And Visual
Inspection
Individual abatement task as identified in paragraph, Description of Work
In accordance with the cleaning and decontamination
asbestos hazard abatement
thoroughly
procedures specified in the Contractor’s
plan and this contract, the Contractor hereby certifies that he/she has
visually inspected the decontaminated
regulated work area (all surfaces, including pipes,
beams, ledges, walls, ceiling, floor, decontamination unit, etc.) in accordance with ASTM E1368,
Standard Practice for Visual Inspection of Asbestos Abatement Projects, and has found no dust,
debris, or asbestos-containing
BY: (Contractor’s
material residue.
Date
signature)
Print name and title
(Contractor’s
Date
Onsite Supervisor signature)
Print name and title
(Contractor’s
Date
Industrial Hygienist signature)
Print name and title
Contracting Officer Acceptance or Rejection
The Contracting Officer hereby determines that the Contractor has performed final cleaning and
visual inspection of the decontaminated regulated work area (all surfaces including pipes, beams,
ledges, walls, ceiling, floor, decontamination unit, etc.) and by quality assurance inspection, finds
the Contractor’s final cleaning to be:
0
Acceptable
0
Unacceptable,
BY: Contracting
Contractor instructed to reclean the regulated work area.
Officer’s Representative
Date
Signature
Print name and title
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Setup Detail
Sheet 19
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
SEAL
EDGES
OF LOAD-OUT
EXISlING
STRUC:URE
WITH
POLYElHYLENE
AND DUCT
-6
UNIT’ TO
6 MIL
TAPE.
HOLDING
MIL POLYETHYLENE
STAPLED
AND
TAPED
TO INSIDE
WOOD S’TUOS
AND
ROOF RAFTERS
SPACED
MAXIMUM
24 IN.
ON CENTER
APART.
COVER
WALL AN0 ROOF
FRAMING
WITH PLYWOOD.
CONSTRUCT
FLOOR
USING
PLYWOOD
AND COVER
WITH 2 LAYERS
OF 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE.
ROOM
:ELCzSED
OR
DUMPSTER
C2.5
Ml t8
Fll
v
RECOMMENDED
ABATEMENT
WORK
AREA
/
1
LOAD-OUT
UN11 MINIMUM
CLEAR
HEIGHT-t2.0
Ml c6.5
‘l
“YP’cAL’
Load-out
1.
worker
through
area
Place
abatement
3.
take
4.
holding
material
bag
this
until
wearing
respirator
bags
and,
enclosed
BUILDING
EX I ERIOR
FTI
Find
requirsmentr.
breaking
load-out
adequately
and
vacuum
surfaces
prepare
for
clearance.
and
Officer
certify
inspection
work
on
19,
Certificafion of Final Cleaning and Msuaf Inspection.
Contractor will apply lo&down encapsulant. Contract
designee(sl will conduct final air-clearance monitoring
as required by the contract. Breakdown load-out area
upon instructions from Contracting Officer. Treat as
asbestos- contaminated material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of as required by the contract.
top
before
containers,
equipment,
worker
WARNING
SIGN
SHEEl
II
unit floor plan
abatement
unit.
sheeting
equipment,
clean
Disposal
and
6-mil
floor.
wipe
holding
and
to
I’
containers
them.
protective
carry
containers
enclosed
or
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Setup Detail
Sheet 20
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
c--------y
, k\
OAIR-LOCK
\
(SEE
SHEET
‘j
DUCT
Modified containment area
1. Establish work area and prevent unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow into
containment
area by isolating all supply and return air
6. Accumulate
all loose material and polyethylene
from floor. Place in approved container; see sheet 9.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. HEPA vacuum and
ducts from mechanical
adequately
system.
wet clean all wall,
floor,
and equipment
surfaces.
2. Install air lock at entrance ro abatement area; see
sheet 1. Air lock may be constructed either outside or
inside of room. NOTE: Air lock is not required for
glove bag operations.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene
sheet on floor under work
area.
4. Install 6-mil polyethylene
(critical barrier) over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Provide
airtight
5. Provide
seal, using duct tape.
a HEPA-filter
vacuum
cleaner and a
HEPA-filter ventilation
system in the work area; see
sheet 8. The ventilation
system does not have to be
ducted to the outside of the structure. The ventilation
system shall operate 24 hours a day from start of
abatement through final air-clearance monitoring.
The
ventilation
system shall be sized to recirculate the air
a minimum of four air changes per hour. For glove
bag operations,
provide a single HEPA ventilation
with a measured capture velocity at least 1,500
unit
cfm.
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Final dearonce requirements. Abatement worker must
wear two disposable suits. Remove outer suit in the
work area. Place suit in 6-mil disposal bag; see sheet
9. Enter air lock. In air lock, wet wipe respirator and
wash hands with clean water from portable sprayer.
Remove respirator and place in clean plastic bag.
Proceed to remote shower where inner suit ma$ be
removed. Repare work area and air lock for final
clearance. Contractor and Contracting Officer will
certify visual inspection of work area on sheet 19,
Certification of Fina CEeaningand L&&a/ hspectkw
Contract designee(s) will conduct final air-clearance
monitoring as required by the contract. Upon
instructions from the Contracting Officer, remove
critical barriers and HEPA ventilation units; see sheet
8. Treat polyethylene as asbestos-contaminated
material. Place in approved container; see sheet 9.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Dispose of as required by
the contract.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 21
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
c
lNOl”lDU&
WALL HOOKS OR
FOR WORKER’S STREET CLOTHING.
PERSONAL ARTICLES. A.40 CLEAN
-,-..^-.-,
r r, n,“,./r
\
6 YIL POLYElHYLENE
STAPLED A’40 iPPE0
TO lNSm3E
OF WALLS AND ROOF FRAMING SPACED MAXIMUM ZL !N.
ON CENTER WART.
COVER W&L A’40 ROOF FQAMNi
WI:PI rwnnn
CONSTRUCT
FLOOR “SING PIJWOOD
A.40 COVER
.AfEbS
OF 6 MIL POLYETHYLENE
,NOl”lO”eL
LOCKERS FOR
WORKERS PERMANENI
WORK ITEMS
EOUIPMENl
HOSE BlB.9 FOR
WET WIPE WATER
SIGN A
SHEET 15
a
SIGN
SHEET
DIRECTION
AJR FLOW
11
ROOM
HO’
WATER
OF
ENTRANCE
CLEAN
ROOM
IOM
HEATE&
70
WORK AREA
\
LSICN
D SnEE i
15
5
I
@
lA&lf3d
CLEAN TOWEL SHELd
PtdO RECEPTOR
BY
(2.4
NUMBER
OF EMPLOYEES
LZ.4 Ml LEFT1 MINIMUM
M, C8 Fll
DISPOSAL
BY
NUMBER
OF EMPLOYEES
C1.2 Ml C4 FTI MINIMUM
4
\
SEAL EDGES OF DECON UN17 TCc
EX,STllr;G STRUCTURE
WITH 6 MIL
POLYETHYLENE
AND DUC- TAPE
unit floor plan
4. Twice
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheets 11 and 15. Before entering the
daily, or more often if necessary,
and before
breaking down decontamination
unit after abatement,
adequately wet clean and HEPA vacuum all wall,
floor, equipment, and other surfaces. Waste collected
in shower room and equipment room shall be treated
work area, all personnel shall remove their street
clothing in the clean room and put on protective
clothing and respirator.
exiting
SUIl
ECEIVER FOR DISPOSAL OF
EXCESS WET WIPE WATER
SIZE DETERMINED
MINIMUM
r
Decontamination
2. Whenever
shall:
CONTAMINATED
DECON UNIT MINIMUM
CLE*R HEIGHT-[xl
Ml
L6.5 FTI
20 MICRON h 5 MICRON _y
WASTE WATER FILTERS
SIZE DETERMINED
WATER STORAGE
SUMP PUMPJ
FLOAT SWITCH
as asbestos-contaminated
material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
the work area, all personnel
5. Prepare for fina! clearance.
’
’
*
*
*
Vacuum clothing and shoes outside equipment room.
Remove all clothing and equipment (except
respirator) in equipment room.
Store work shoes and equipment in locker.
With respirator still on, shower thoroughly,
including hair. Then remove respirator and finish shower.
Proceed to clean room and put on street
clothes.
-
requirements. Contractor and
Contracting Officer will certify visual inspection of
work area on sheet 19, Certification of Final Cleaning
and Wsua/ hpectkx?. Contract designee(s) will
conduct final air-clearance monitoring as required by
the contract. If the unit is not a prefabricated
decontamination unit, apply lockdown encapsulant
before final air-clearance monitoring. After approval of
final air clearance, break down and treat polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
Dispose of as required by the contract.
Foal dearance
3. See sheet 23 for minim;m
plumbing requirements,
including wastewater
filtration.
Ensure that plumbing
and specified
filter size meet local requirements.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 22
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
COLD
CLEAN
WATER
ROOM
SUPPL’t-
25 MM DIA. SHUT-OFF
[l IN DIA. SHUT-OFF
-MINIMUM
WATER
PRESSURE-35
PSI
VALVE
VALVE1
I
I
HOT
WATER
HEATER
HOT
WATER
SUPPLY
SHOWER
HEAD
IS TO INCLUDE
AN INTEGRAL
2 GAL/MN
FLOW
RESTRICTOR.
WATER
~~~~rd%F’~iN.3
FILTERS
SHOWER
FLOOR
ROOM
ANDDRAJN
1
tWkL
BIBB
I
LSHOWER
SUMP
700
LITER
CMI~~~;/LONI
CAPACITY
SHOWER
ROOM
SIZE
CAPACITY
OF SUMP
THE EXPECTED
WASTE
PUMP
FOR
TWICE
WATER
FLOW.
Decontamination
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unit piping details
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Setup Detail
Sheet 23
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
WALL
AND
SHALL
BE
ON CENTER
SIDE FRAMING
MEMBERS
SPACED
MINIMUM
OF 24
IN.
Temporary equipment enclosure
“Fir;.,.%&m
1. Construct wood frame of equipment enclosure;
then cover all sides and the roof of frame with
plywood
6-mil polyethylene.
tape,
making
equipment
enclosure
“pon
comp,e..h
of
.abatemeti wok ieniove temporary enclosure in,
accckd&k:with theprocedures fisted on sheet 16,
17, or 18, and prepare for final clearance.
plywood.
2. Cover entire
-?.&m-
with
Seal seams and edges with duct
the enclosure
airtight
and watertight.
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Setup Detail
Sheet 24
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
TERIOR
ROOF
MINIMUt
Access tunnel
1. Construct a wood frame tunnel; cover all sides and
the roof of the frame with polyethylene.
NOTE: Cover
all sides and roof with plywood or reinforced
polyethylene
if access tunnel is located outside.
2. Cover entire tunnel
seams and edges with
airtight
with
6-mil polyethylene;
3. Twice daily, or more frequently
if necessary,
adequately wet clean and HEPA vacuum all wall,
floor, and equipment surfaces.
Fink Clearance Requirements.
Upon completion
of
abatement work, remove access tunnel in accordance
with the procedures listed on sheet 16, 17, or 18,
seal
duct tape, making the tunnel
and
and watertight.
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-
prepare
for
final
clearance.
Setup Detail
Sheet 25
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
r
CYCLONE
SEPERATOR
INCOMING
ACM
VACUUM
CONDUIT
n
BAG
CLAMP
DISPOSAL
BAG IN
METAL
BARREL
.
Asbestos power vacuum collection and removal system
An
asbestos
power
vacuum
collection
and removal
system is a completely
self-contained,
material-handling-system
used to transport-large
volumes of asbestos-containing
material through
large-diameter
truck-mounted
separate
vacuum conduit to a trailer or
collector. The cyclone is designed
the wet asbestos-contaminated
from the air stream and enable easy transfer to
disposal containers. Asbestos-contaminated
air is
HEPA filtered before being discharged into the
atmosphere. The contractor shall follow
a
manufacturer-recommended
to
maintenance
procedures
and environment.
material
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operating
and
in order to protect
workers
Setup Detail
Sheet 26
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Cleaning
and storage
....................................
Storage*
In place and protected
Code
cover ................
by a sealed polyethylene
In same building,
moved on same floor
In same building,
moved to another
1
.......................
floor
2
......................
3
In different
building
on installation
nearby
1 mile)
................
4
In different
building
on installation
(1 > to 10 miles)
................
5
(<
..................................
Off Installation
6
Dispose of as nonasbestos-contaminated
Dispose of as asbestos-contaminated
material
material
..................
7
...................
8
Cleaning.
....................................
Code
Wetwipe
....................................
9
..................................
HEPA vacuum
Steam clean
Launder.
.
*Specific
10
. . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . : . . . . . . . . . . . :
storage
location
shall be confirmed
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
with Contrecting
-59
Officer
-
before
11
12
removal.
Setup Detail
Sheet 27
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
WOOD
STUDS
MAXIMUM
24
SPACED
IN.
ON CENTER
POLYETHYLENE-
DRYWALL -<
STRUCTURAL
y
FRAME
Structural critical barrier
2. Install danger signs on side away
1. The purpose of this critical barrier is to isolate the
containment
area from the remainder of the building.
The barrier shall consist
of fire-rated
drywall
from containment
area. See sheet 11.
mounted
3. After final air-clearance monitoring
instructions from contracting
officer,
on both sides of a structural frame, with the face of
the containment
area covered by a 6-mil polyethylene
and upon
remove critical
barrier and treat polyethylene
sheet as
asbestos-contaminated
material; see sheets 9 and 14.
If framing and drywall are asbestos-contaminated,
sheet. Seal the edges of the polyethylene
sheet to
walls, ceiling, and floor with duct tape. Secure
structural frame to adjacent walls as necessary for
treat as asbestos-contaminated
and 14.
stability.
material;
see sheets 9
Setup
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-
Detail
Sheet26
I
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Part 3, Response
Action
Details
MASONRY
OR WOOD
STUDS-
Bridging encapsulation of troweled wall plaster
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow into
5. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant to surface
airless spray in accordance with manufacturer’s
containment
recommendations.
area by isolating
ducts from mechanical
all supply and return air
system.
6. inspect
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with
duct tape on all sides.
containment
area as specified
4. Install HEPA filter and ductwork;
on-sheet
7. Remove
and reapply
encapsulant
polyethylene
on walls,
as necessary.
floor,
and plywood.
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to remain. Treat
polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
material; see
sheet 9.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene,
protecting wall and floor
surfaces. If only one wall is included, prepare
bulkhead
by
5.
8. Prepare area for final clearance.
see sheet 8.
9. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 5.
requirements
Response
-61
-
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet29
EP 1110-1-i:
15 JUL9;:
.
_ STUD
WALL
Repair of troweled wall plaster on stud wall
1. Prepare containment
sheet 5, 6, or 7.
area as specified
4. Repair damaged area and install new rock lath.
Trowel asbestos-free
plaster on rock lath, matching
adjacent surfaces. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant
to repaired surface by airless spray in accordance
with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
on applicable
2. Adequately
wet mist damaged plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal
procedures.
5. Inspect
3. Remove
damaged
Place in approved
and reapply
encapsulant
as necessary.
lath and plaster to nearest stud.
container;
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14.
7. Carry out final clearance
applicable
requirements
specified
on
sheet 5, 6, or 7.
Response Action Detail
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Sheet
30
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
I:Ji
DAN
LASTER
PLASTE
I
I
1
r’,’
<Y’
Y
1-----___
MASONR
Repair of troweled ceiling or wall plaster on masonry
1. Prepare mini-containment
area as specified
on
5. Apply tinted
sheet 7.
penetrating
encapsulant
spray to repaired surface in accordance
manufacturer’s
recommendations.
2. Adequately
wet mist damaged plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal procedure.
3. Remove damaged material. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sfieet 14.
6. Inspect and reapply
encapsulant
by airless
with
as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance
sheet 7.
4. Repair damaged area by troweling on asbestos-free
plaster, and then damp sponge. Match adjacent
requirements
specified
on
surfaces.
Response
-63
-
Action
Detail
Sheet
31
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
i
PLASTER
-MASONRY
WAI
I
Removal of troweled wall plaster on masonry
1. Prepare containment
applicable
sheet 2,3,
area as specified
laitance and residue. Place removed
asbestos-containing
material in approved
on
4, or 5.
see sheet 9. Apply
container;
labels; see sheet 14.
2: Prepare ceiling as follows:
5. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant
spray in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Cover light fixture with 6-mil polyethylene.
. Protect entire suspended ceiling system with
6-mil polyethylene.
3. Adequately
amended
water,
6. Inspect and reapply
wet mist surface of plaster with
initially
and during removal-procedure.
encapsulant
by airless
as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
4. Remove plaster on masonry. Brush, HEPA vacuum,
and wet wipe surface in order to remove remaining
8. Carry out final clearance requirements
applicable sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
Response
-64
-
specified
Action
on
Detail
Sheet
32
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
METAL
OR
WOOD
STUD
WALL
/-
Removal of troweled wall plaster on stud wall
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, 4. 5, or 6.
area as specified
sheet 14. Place smaller material in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
on applicable
2. Adequately
wet mist damaged plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal
procedure.
3. Remove
4. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
and adequately
5. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant.
reapply encapsulant as necessary.
wet clean.
Inspect
and
plaster and lath from studs in manageable
pieces. Stack the pieces onto two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene.
Wrap each polyethylene
layer around
the stack, sealing all joints and edges with duct tape;
see sheet 9B for leak-tight wrapping. Apply labels; see
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance
in the applicable
requirements
Response
-65
‘:
as specified
sheet 5, 6, 16, 17, or 18.
Action
Detail
Sheet 33
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
NCRETE
TAPE
DUCT
I
Bridging encapsulation of solid or acoustical ceiling plaster
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized entry is
prevented; see sheet 1 1. Eliminate airflow into
containment
area by isolating all supply and return air
ducts from mechanical
area as specified
system.
Prepare containment
5. Inspect
polyethylene
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with duct tape on all sides.
encapsulant
if necessary.
6. Remove polyethylene
on walls, floor,
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
openings,
on sheet 2, 3, or 4.
and reapply
electrical
outlets,
etc., are to remain.
as asbestos-contaminated
sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet
material;
Treat
see
14.
7. Prepare for final air clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance requirements
in the applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene,
protecting wall and floor
surfaces, HEPA filter, and ductwork;
see sheet 8.
and plywood.
doors, wall
as specified
4. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant to surface in
accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Response
-66-
Action
Detail
Sheet 34
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
STRUCTURAL
CEILING
APE
Removal of troweled ceiling plaster on structural substrate
1. Prepare containment
3, or 4.
area as specified
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
on sheet 2,
5. Apply penetrating encapsulant.
Tint encapsulant
order to visually verify full coverage. Inspect and
2. Adequately
wet mist surface of plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal procedure.
reapply
3. Remove
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
all surface-mounted
fixtures.
Remove
plaster on structural substrate. HEPA vacuum and wet
wipe surface in order to remove remaining residue.
Place removed
approved
Apply
asbestos-containing
container,
material
and seal leak-tight;
in
encapsulant
in
as necessary.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements
in applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
as specified
see sheet 9.
labels; see sheet 14.
Response
-67
-
Action
Detail
Sheet35
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of troweled
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
area as specified
ceiling plaster on hung ceiling
4. HEPA vacuum
as necessary.
on applicable
entire area. inspect
and reclean area
5. Apply penetrating encapsulant to exposed
surfaces, including the underside of structural
surfaces. Tint encapsulant in order to verify full
coverage. Inspect and reapply encapsulant as
necessary.
2. Access ceiling and wet mist top side of plaster
with amended water, initially and during removal
procedure.
3. Cut wire hangers in immediate area. Remove
ceiling in manageable pieces. Stack the pieces onto
two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
Wrap each
polyethylene
layer around the stack, sealing all joints
and ends with duct tape see sheet 9B for leak-tight
wrapping. Apply labels; see sheet 14. For smaller
materials, place in approved container; see sheet 9A
or 9C. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements
in applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Response
-68
-
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 36
I
EP 1110-1-11
15 JUL92
ILING
03
--POLYETHYLENE
--
DRYWALL
OR
STUDS -J’
Enclosure
of acoustical
wall plaster on masonry
1. Establish work area and prevent unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Prepare containment area as
specified on sheet 5.
wall
4. After completion of abatement
vacuum clothing and shoes.
work, HEPA
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
2. Carefully install floor, ceiling, and wall studs so that
the wall plaster is not disturbed. Fasten 6-mil
polyethylene to studs and seal edges with duct tape.
6. Carry out final clearance
sheet 5.
requirements
specified
on
3. Attach asbestos-free drywall to studs. HEPA
vacuum floor, walls, and ceiling.
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Response Action Detail
Sheet 37
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
MASONRY
-
ST”:RWALL
Bridging encapsulation of acoustical wall plaster
1. Establish
work area and prevent
unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow into
containment
area by isolating all supply and return air
ducts from mechanical system.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with
prepare bulkhead
on sheet 5.
containment
4. Install HEPA filter unit and ductwork;
6. Inspect and reapply
encapsulant
if necessary.
7. Remove polyethylene
on walls, floor,
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
openings,
duct tape on all sides.
polyethylene
sheet 9.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene,
protecting wall and floor
surfaces not to be encapsulated.
If only one wall is
included,
specified
5. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant to surface in
accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
electrical
outlets,
and plywood.
doors, wall
etc., are to remain.
as asbestos-contaminated
material;
Treat
see
8. Prepare area for final air clearance.
area as
9. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 5.
see sheet 8.
requirements
Response
-7o-
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 38
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
MASONRYST:;
WALL
Penetrating
encapsulation
of acoustical
1. Prepare containment area as specified on applicable
sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5. (If only one wall-and
no
ceiling-is
to be abated, prepare bulkhead
containment as specified on sheet 5.) Prevent
unauthorized entry; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow
into containment area by isolating all supply and
return air ducts from mechanical system.
wall and ceiling plaster
4. Install HEPA filter unit and ductwork;
see sheet 8.
5. Apply tinted penetrating
to surface.
encapsulant
6. Inspect and reapply encapsulant
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows, doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with duct tape on all sides.
as necessary.
7. Remove polyethylene
on walls, floor,
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to
polyethylene as asbestos-contaminated
sheet 9.
and plywood.
doors, wall
remain. Treat
material; see
8. Prepare for final air clearance.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene on floor surfaces and all
walls not to be encapsulated.
9. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
Response
-71
-
as specified
Action Detail
Sheet 39
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
MAsooRNRY
WALL
STUD
Combination encapsulation of acoustical wall and ceiling plaster
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
6. Inspect and reapply
on applicable
sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5. (If only one wall-and
no
ceiling-is
to be abated, prepare bulkhead
containment
as specified on sheet 5.1 Prevent
unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow
into containment
area by isolating all supply and
return air ducts from mechanical system.
encapsulant
as necessary.
etc.
7. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant
acoustical wall or ceiling plaster.
8. Inspect and reapply
encapsulant
to surface of
as necessary.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets,
9. Remove polyethylene
on walls, floor, and plywood.
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to remain. Treat
polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
material; see
Secure with
sheet 9.
duct tape on all sides.
3. Install polyethylene
on floor surfaces
and walls not
10. Prepare area for final air clearance.
to be encapsulated.
4. Install HEPA filter and ductwork;
5. Apply tinted
penetrating
11. Carry out final clearance requirements
as
specified on applicable sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
see sheet 8.
encapsulant
.
to wall and
ceiling surface.
Response
-72-
Action
Detail
Sheet
40
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
I
-
PLASTER
ACOUSTICAL
PLASTER
1
CEILING
AIRLOCK
i i
1 I
Repair of acoustical ceiling or wall plaster
sheet 7.
applying new asbestos-free
plaster to damaged
matching adjacent surfaces.
2. Adequately
wet mist damaged plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal procedure.
5. Apply tinted
surface.
3. Remove damaged plaster down to the masonry,
using chisel or other technique. Brush area to remove
remaining residue. Place removed asbestos-containing
6. Inspect and reapply
material
8. Carry out final clearance
1. Prepare mini-containment
in approved
area as specified
containers;
on
see sheet 8. Apply
labels; see sheet 14.
4. Repair damaged
area by troweling
penetrating
encapsulant
encapsulant
areas,
to repaired
as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
requirements
as specified
on sheet 7.
or otherwise
-73-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 41
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
1
PLASTER
-MASONRY
Removal of acoustical wall plaster on masonry
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5.
area as specified
2. Prepare ceiling as directed
on applicable
and wet wipe surface in order to remove remaining
dust and residue. Place in approved container; see
sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
below:
* Cover light fixture with 6-mil polyethylene.
* Protect entire suspended ceiling system with
6-mil polyethylene.
3. Adequately
wet mist surface of plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal
5. Inspect and reclean as necessary.
penetrating encapsulant.
6. Inspect and reapply
on applicable
scraping
acoustical
plaster from masonry
or other technique.
tinted
as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance
procedures.
4. Remove
encapsulant
Apply
requirements
as specified
sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
wall by
Brush, HEPA vacuum,
- 74 -
Response Action Detail
Sheet 42
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
ASBESTOS
ACOUSTICAL
CONTAINING
PLASTER
/
-
DRYWALL1
En&sure
POLYETHYLENE
’
of acoustical ceiling plaster, spray-on fireproofing, and
thermal insulation
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized
entry is
prevented; see sheet 1 1. Prepare containment
area as
specified on sheet 2 1.
4. After completion of abatement
vacuum clothing and shoes.
work,
HEPA
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
2. HEPA vacuum
studs into adjacent
wall and floor surfaces.
walls,
studs, and seal edges with
Anchor
staple 6-mil polyethylene
to
6. Carry out final clearance
requirements
as specified
on sheet 21.
duct tape.
3. Attach asbestos-free
drywall to studs. HEPA
vacuum wall and floor surfaces.
Response
-75-
Action
Detail
Sheet
43
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
\
DUCT
TAPE
PLASTER
\
-/
Removal of acoustical ceiling plaster (nonasbestos substrate)
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Adequately
amended water,
procedure.
area as specified
dust and residue. Place in approved container;
sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
on applicable
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
penetrating encapsulant.
wet mist surface of plaster with
initially
and during the removal
5. Inspect and reapply
3. Remove
scraping
acoustical
plaster from masonry
or other techniques.
and wet wipe surface
Apply tinted
as necessary.
ceiling by
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
Brush, HEPA vacuum,
in order to remove
encapsulant
see
remaining
7. Carry out final clearance
on applicable
requirements
Response
-76-
as specified
sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Action
Detail
Sheet
44
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
MATERIAL
Removal of miscellaneous asbestos-containing
1. Establish work area so that unauthorized
entry is
prevented; see sheet 11. Prepare containment
area as
specified on sheet 21.
materials
3. HEPA vacuum and wet wipe area in the immediate
vicinity of removed materials.
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
2. Adequately
wet mist materials with amended
water. Remove and place in approved container;
sheet 9. Apply
5. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 21.
see
labels; see sheet 14.
-77-
requirements
as specified
Response
Action
Detail
Sheet 45
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
PLASTER
,-PLASTER
-MASONRY
Removal of asbestos decorative paint on plaster
remaining
dust and residue.
sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5.
container;
see sheet 9. Apply
2. Adequately
wet mist surface of plaster with
amended water, initially and during removal.
4. Apply tinted
1. Prepare containment
3. Remove
area as specified
all surface-mounted
fixtures.
on applicable
Remove
reapply
wet clean surface
labels; see sheet 14.
encapsulant.
Inspect
and
as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
all
decorative
paint on plaster, using chisel and brush or
other techniques.
Brush, HEPA vacuum, and
adequately
penetrating
Place in approved
6. Carry out final clearance
in applicable
in order to remove
requirement
Response
-78-
as specified
sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
Action
Detail
Sheet 46
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
-
Removal of light curtain
1. Prepare modified
sheet 21.
containment
area as specified
on
3. Wrap second layer of polyethylene
around bundle
and seal with duct tape; see sheet 9B. Apply labels;
see sheet 14.
2. While curtain
removal
is still hanging,
encapsulant
spray a mist of
on both sides of curtain.
Slowly
4. Prepare area for final air clearance.
and carefully lower curtain onto two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene,
fokbng the curtain in layers as it is
lowered. Wrap top layer of polyethylene,
creating a
bundle. Seal bundle with duct tape; see sheet 9B.
Apply
6. Carry out clearance
sheet 21.
requirements
as specified
on
labels; see sheet 14.
Response
-79-
*
Action
Detail
Sheet
47
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
-
Removal of interior asbestos cement, fiberboard, and drywall panels
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
area as specified
on applicable
2. Adequately
wet mist wall panels with amended
water or removal encapsulant,
initially and during
removal.
3. Carefully remove all panels, minimizing breakage.
Treat fasteners as asbestos-contaminated
material.
Take off any remaining residue on exposed structural
surfaces and apply tinted penetrating encapsulant.
Inspect
and reapply
encapsulant
4. Separate, stack, and wrap all materials with two
layers of R-mil polyethylene.
Seal the joints and ends
of each layer with duct tape; see sheet 9B. Apply
labels; see sheet 14. Place smaller
approved container:
sheet 14.
material
see sheet 9B. Apply
in
labels; see
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 5, 6, 16, 17, or 18.
as specified
as necessary.
Response
-8O-.
Detail
48
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
DUCT
EXISTING
DRYWALL
TAPE_/
LECTRICAL
FIBERBOARD
TO REMAIN
Bridging encapsulation of asbestos cement wall, fiberboard, and drywall panels
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
4. Install HEPA filter and ductwork,
and locate unit to
prevent dead air pockets; see sheet 8.
on
applicable sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5. (If only one wall-and
no ceilingis
to be abated, prepare bulkhead
containment
as specified on sheet 5.) Prevent
unauthorized
entry; see sheet 1 1. Eliminate airflow
5. Apply tinted
6. Inspect
into containment
area by isolating all supply and
return air ducts from mechanical system.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with
ducttape
on all sides.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene,
surfaces
protecting
-
bridging
and reapply
encapsulant
encapsulant
to surface.
as necessary.
7. Remove polyethylene
on walls, floor, and plywood.
The critical barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to remain. Treat
polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
material;
see
sheets 9 and 14.
wall and floor
8. Prepare area for final air clearance.
not to be encapsulated.
9. Carry out final clearance
on applicable
requirements
Response
-81
-
as specified
sheet 5, 16, 17, and 18.
Action
Detail
Sheet 49
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
NONCONTAMINATED
OUTER
MASONRY
/-
Removal of asbestos-contaminated
1. Prepare containment
(for interior applications)
area as specified on sheet 3 -~
or sheet 7 (for exterior
applications).
Place in a sealable
masonry
chimney
and chimney
rigid container;
and treat
lining apart.
see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14.
procedures.
3. Demolish
using a chisel. HEPA vacuum outer masonry
as ordinary construction
waste.
4. Break the inner masonry
2. Adequately
wet mist inner surface of chimney
lining with amended water, initially and during
removal
masonry for masonry chimney
5. Prepare area for final clearance.
by first separating
courses from the inner masonry
outer
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
as specified
on sheet 17 (interior applications)
or sheet 7 (exterior
applications).
courses,
Response
-82
-
Action
Detail
Sheet 50
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
NONCONTAMINATED
SURFACE
3
7
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OR STUCCO
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Removal of asbestos-contaminated
1. Prepare containment
2. Adequately
with amended
area as specified
wet mist surface of plaster-or stucco
water, initially and during removal
procedure.
3. Demolish
on sheet 6.
masonry
wall.
masonry wall or thermal insulation
4. Place contaminated
masonry into a sealable rigid
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 6.
- 83 -.
requirements
as specified
Response Action Detail
Sheet 51
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of suspended asbestos cement ceiling tile
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
2. Adequately
wet mist tile surfaces
water,
and during removal.
initially
on sheet 21.
with amended
ends of each layer with duct tape; see sheet 9B.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Place smaller material
approved container;
sheet 14.
3. HEPA vacuum while removing existing -suspended
ceiling system, including tile, splines, ‘7” bars, and
wire hangers.
Treat all materials
asbestos-contaminated
wipe surfaces.
waste.
as
HEPA vacuum
4. Separate and stack all materials, and wrap with
two layersof
6-mil polyethylene.
Seal the joints and
see sheet 96. Apply
in
labels; see
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
and wet
6. Carry out final clearance
requirements
as specified
on sheet 21.
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Response Action Detail
Sheet 52
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of asbestos cement architectural products
1. Prepare modified
sheet 21.
2. Adequately
containment
mist a removal
area as specified
encapsulant
sheet 9B. Apply labels; see sheet 14. Wrap again
with second layer of polyethylene
in the same
manner; see sheet 9B. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
on
on the top
3. Prepare area for final clearance.
surface of the product. Remove product. HEPA
vacuum and wet wipe surface area. Spread two
layers of 6-mil polyethylene
on floor beside the
product.
product.
4. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 2 1.
Wrap top layer of polyethylene
around the
Seal all joints and ends with duct tape; see
requirements
Response
-85
-
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 53
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Removal of suspended acoustical ceiling tile
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
polyethylene
around the product. Seal the joints and
ends of each layer with duct tape; see sheet 9B.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Wrap again with second
layer of polyethylene
in the same manner; see sheet
9B. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
on applicable
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Adequately
water, initially
wet mist tile surfaces with amended
and during removal procedures.
3. HEPA vacuum while removing existing
ceiling system, including tile, splines, ‘7”
suspended
bars, and
wire hangers. .Treat all materials as
asbestos-contaminated
waste.
HEPA vacuum
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
and
wet wipe surfaces.
4. Separate
two
and stack all materials,
layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
(If the ceiling is
being removed to gain access to other
asbestos-containing
materials, omit this step until
abatement of all asbestos-containing
materials is
complete).
and wrap with
6. Carry out final clearance
Wrap top layer of
requirements
specified
on
sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Response
-86-
.
Action
Detail
Sheet 54
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of glued-on acoustical ceiling and wall till
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Adequately
water, initially
3. Remove
area as specified
see sheet 14. Wrap again with second layer of
polyethylene
in the same manner; see sheet 98.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Place smaller material
on applicable
wet mist tile surfaces with amended
and during removal procedures.
glued-on
approved container;
sheet 14.
tiles, and scrape off remaining
6. Inspect
see sheet 9B. Apply
in
labels; see
and reclean area as necessary.
glue.
7. Apply tinted
4. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
and adequately
wet clean.
reapply
5. Separate and stack all materials, and wrap with
two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
Wrap top layer of
polyethylene
penetrating
encapsulant.
Inspect and
as necessary.
8. Prepare area for final clearance.
around ACM. Seal the joints and ends of
each layer with duct tape; see sheet 9B. Apply labels;
-87
9. Carry out final clearance
applicable
-
sheet
requirements
specified
on
16, 17, or 18.
Response Action Detail
Sheet 55
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Repair of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to concrete floor system
4. Inspect.
1. Prepare work area; see sheet 21. Prevent
unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11.
5. Install new tile.
2. Remove damaged asbestos tile. Place into an
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14.
3. HEPA vacuum
and adequately
6. Prepare area for final clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance
requirements
specified
on
sheet 21.
wet clean.
Response
-88-
Action
Detail
Sheet 56
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to concrete floor system by
asbestos-containing adhesive
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on sheet 21. _ approved container;
sheet 14.
NOTE: Where full containment
area is required, follow
instructions
floor.
on sheet 4, except
omit polyethylene
2. Lightly flood asbestos tile with amended water,
let soak for 48 hours. Remove asbestos tile-and
adhesive while they are wet in order to prevent
asbestos
fiber release.
Place tile and adhesive
on
see sheet 9. Apply
3. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
and
labels; see
and wet wipe all surfaces.
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
into an
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 18 or 2 1.
Response
-89
-
as specified
Action Detail
Sheet 57
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
-03
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to concrete floor system by
asbestos-free adhesive
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on sheet 21~.
NOTE: Where full containment
area is required, follow
3. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
surfaces.
instructions
floor.
4. Inspect
on sheet 4, except
omit polyethylene
and adhesive
Apply
asbestos
fiber release.
into an approved
container;
wet clean all
on
2. Lightly flood asbestos tile, and soak for 48 hours.
Remove asbestos tile and adhesive while they are wet
in order to prevent
and adequately
Place tile
and reclean area as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 18 or 21.
as specified
see sheet 9.
labels; see sheet 14.
~
~
Response
-90
-
Detail
Sheet 58
Action
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
.-
USE
THIS
-
SMALL
-
GROUND
DETAIL
SCALE
ONLY
FCR
PROJECTS
FLOOR
APPLICPT:3NS
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile and chemical dissolution of asbestos-containing
adhesives on concrete floor system
1. Prepare containment
2. Lightly
flood asbestos
area as specified
4. Apply
on sheet 4.
liquid adhesive
remover.
As soon as the
adhesive is soft enough to scrape, remove and put
into approved-container;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
tile, and soak for 48 hours.
Wet &.,eet
,4.
Remove asbestos tile and adhesive while they are
in order to prevent asbestos fiber release. Place tile
and adhesive into an approved container; see sheet 9.
Apply labels; see sbeet 14.
3. Before removing
to 10 air changes
outside
adhesive,
increase ventilation
rate
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance
requirements
as specified
on sheet 18.
per hour. Air must be exhausted
building.
Response
-91
-
Action
Detail
Sheet 59
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Repair
Prepare
2.
area;
entry;
vinyl
sheet
sheet
mist-and
adhesive.
container;
HEPA
and
4.
by
new
5.
adhesive
Apply
to
floor
adhesive
Prevent
damaged
tile
sheet
tile
tile
an
see
14.
6.
7.
area
out
final
clearance
specified
sheet
wipe
Response
-92
Detail
60
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to wood floor system by
asbestos-containing adhesive
1. Prepare containment
except omit polyethylene
containment
is required,
area as specified
on sheet 21,
on floor. NOTE: Where full
follow instructions on sheet
2. Where wood flooring is to remain, adequately wet
and remove asbestos tile and adhesive in order to
prevent asbestos fiber release. Place tile and adhesive
into an approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels;
3. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
surfaces.
4. Inspect
see sheet 14. Note: Where wood flooring is to be
removed, adequately wet and remove exist&g wood
and adequately
wet clean all
and reclean area as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
flooring. Treat as asbestos-contaminated
material.
Spread a plastic sheet on the floor, and stack removed
flooring
layer around the stack,
sealing all joints and edges with duct tape; see sheet
9. Apply labels to stack; see sheet 14. Smaller
material will be placed in approved container; see
sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
4.
wood
Wrap each polyethylene
onto two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
6. Carry out final clearance
applicable sheet 18 or 21.
requirements
Response
-93
-
specified
Action
in
Detail
Sheet
61
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of vinyl asbestos tile adhered to wood floor system by
asbestos-free adhesive
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on sheet 21.
NOTE: Where full containment
is required, follow
instructions
on sheet 4, except omit polyethylene
on
3. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
and wet wipe all surfaces.
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
floor.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
2. Adequately
wet and remove asbestos tile and
adhesive while they are wet in order to prevent
asbestos fiber release. Place tile and adhesive into an
6. Carry out final clearance
applicable sheet 18 or 21.
approved
container;
see sheet 9. Apply
requirements
specified
on
labels; see
sheet 14.
-94-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 62
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of sheet-flooring adhered to wood floor system
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on sheet 21.
NOTE: Where full containment
is required, follow
instructions
on sheet 4, except
omit polyethylene
on
material
in approved
labels; see sheet
container;
3. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
surfaces.
floor.
2. Mist exposed surfaces with amended water just
before sheet floorjng is removed. Remove flooring in
manageable pieces and place on two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene.
Wrap each layer of polyethylene
around
the stack, sealing all joints and edges with duct tape;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14. Place smaller
see sheet 9. Apply
14.
and adequately
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 18 or 2 1.
Response
-95-
wet clean all
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 63
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
\
Removal of sheet-flooring adhered to concrete floor system by
asbestos-containing adhesive
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on sheet 21.
NOTE: Where full containment
is required, follow
instructions
floor.
on sheet 4, except
omit polyethylene
on
3. Remove
remaining
adhesive
4. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
2. Mist exposed surfaces with amended water just
before sheet flooring is removed. Remove flooring in
see sheet 9.
and wet wipe all surfaces.
5. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
manageable pieces and place on two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene.
Wrap each layer of polyethylene
around
the stack, sealing all joints and edges with duct tape;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14. Place smaller
material in approved container; see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet
.
down to bare
concrete. Place in approved container;
Apply labels; see sheet 14.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance
applicable sheet 18 or 2 1.
requirements
specified
on
14.
Response
-96
-
Action
Detail
Sheet
64
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
Removal of carpeting (asbestos-containing
1. Prepare modified
containment
area as specified
5. Wrap each layer of the polyethylene
around the
cylinder. Seal all joints and ends with duct tape; see
on
sheet 2 1.
sheet 9. Apply
2. Adequately
mist a removal
surface of the carpet.
encapsulant
or -contaminated)
labels; see sheet 14.
on the top
6. Clean, HEPA vacuum,
and adequately
wet clean
surfaces.
3. Carefully
carpet
roll the carpet into a tight cylinder.
is being rolled, mist the newly
4. Spread out two
exposed
layers of 6-mil polyethylene
floor beside the cylinder
and carefully
As the
7. Prepare for final air clearance.
side.
on the
8. Carry out final clearance
requirements
as specified
on sheet 21.
roll the carpet
onto the polyethylene.
Response
-97
-
Detail
Sheet 65
Action
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
-
v
@-
AND DECKING,
EXISTING
BEAMS
WITH
ASBESTOS
FIREPROOFING
THERMAL
SURFACE
INSULATION
EXISTING
ACM
OR
Encasement of fireproofing or thermal insulation of beams and decking
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
4. Inspect.
on applicable
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
5. Prepare area for final clearance.
2. Apply foam sealer to existing asbestos fireproofing
in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
3. Spray on polymer
6. Carry out final clearance requirements
applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
specified
on
shell finish.
-98-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 66
EPlllO-1-11
15JUL92
EXISTING
ACM
EXISTING
ASBESTOS
THERMAL
COLUMN
WITH
FIREPROOFING
OR
SURFACE
INSULATION
Encasement of fireproofing or thermal insulation on columns
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
5. Inspect and reapply polymer shell finish as
necessary.
on applicable
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Apply foam sealer to existing asbestos fireproofing
in accordance with manufacturer’s
recommendations.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance
3. Inspect
and reapply
4. Spray on polymer
on applicable
as necessary.
requirements
as specified
sheet 16, 17, or 18.
shell finish.
-99
-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 67
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of fireproofing
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
area as specified
or thermal
on applicable
2. Adequately wet mist surface of
insulation/fireproofing
with amended water,
and during removal procedures.
in approved
sheet 14.
surface insulation
containers;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
initially
5. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant.
reapply encapsulant as necessary.
3. Remove sprayed-on fireproofing from all structural
members. Brush, HEPA vacuum, and wet wipe
exposed steel surfaces in order to remove residual
material. Place removed asbestos-containing
material
Inspect and
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Response
-lOO-
as specified
Detail
Sheet 68
Action
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
EXISTING
ACM
/-
Encasement of acoustical ceiling insulation
1. Prepare containment
area as specified
on applicable
4. Spray on polymer
shell finish.
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
5. Inspect.
2. Install encasement supports per manufacturer’s
recommendations.
Apply foam sealer to existing
acoustical ceiling insulation.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance
on applicable
3. Inspect.
requirements
Response
-lOl-
as specified
sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Action
Detail
Sheet 69
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Removal of acoustical ceiling insulation
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
area as specified
on applicable
5. Apply tinted penetrating
encapsulant.
reapply encapsulant as necessary.
2. Adequately
wet mist surface of acoustical ceiling
insulation with amended water, initially and during
abatement
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
Inspect
and
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
procedures.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
3. Remove all surface-mounted
fixtures. Remove
insulation on structural substrate. Clean, HEPA
as specified
vacuum, and adequately wet clean surface in order to
remove remaining residue.
Response
-102-
Action
Detail
Sheet70
EP 1110-1-l?
15 JUL92
NEW CONCRETE
FLOOR
OVER
ASBESTOS
CONTAMINATED
SOIL
Enclosing asbesto::contaminated
1. Prepare mini-containment
area as specified on
sheet 7. Install HEPA-filtered air exhauster in a
location that will provide air movement through work
area. Adequately
wet mist soil floor with amended
3. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant
ceiling surfaces, using airless sprayer.
on top of soil floor,
floor.
to wall and
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
water. Gather loo-se debris and place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
2. Place 6-mil polyethylene
cast a new 2-inch concrete
soil
5. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 7.
requirements
as specified
and
-103-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 71
EP 1110-l-11
JUL92
ASBESTOS
CONTAMINATEF
SOIL
Penetrating encapsulation of asbestos-contaminated
1. Prepare mini-containment
sheet 7. Install HEPA-filtered
location
that will provide
area. Adequately-wet
amended
water.
approved
container;
ceilings and the accepted
the soil.
area as specified on
air exhauster in a
air movement
through
3. Inspect
Gather loose debris and place in
and reapply
encapsulant
encapsulant
as necessary.
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
5. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 7.
penetrating
system to
labels; see
sheet 14.
2. Apply tinted
soil encapsulation
work
mist soil floor and debris with
see sheet 9. Apply
soil
requirements
as specified
to walls and
-104-
Response Action Detail
Sheet 72
EP 1110-l-11
JUL92
ASBESTOS
CONTAMINATED
SOIL
Removal of asbestos-contaminated
soil
1. Prepare mini-containment
area as specified on
sheet 7. Install HEPA-filtered air exhauster in a
3. After all soil has been removed, use vacuum
collection and removal system to vacuum walls and
location that will provide air movement through work
area. Adequately
wet mist soil floor and debris with
ceilings.
amended
approved
4. Inspect
sheet
water. Gather loose debris and place in
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels, see
and reclean area as necessary.
5. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant to wall and
ceiling surfaces, and apply an approved soil
encapsulation
system to the soil. Inspect wall and
14.
2. Gently loosen the top 2 inches of soil and remove,
using an asbestos HEPA-filtered power vacuum
ceiling and reapply
collection and removal
material into approved
6. Prepare area for final clearance.
labels;
see sheet 14.
system; see sheet 26. Collect
containers; see sheet 9. Apply
encapsulant
7. Carry out final clearance
as necessary.
requirements
as specified
on sheet 7.
Response
- 105 -
Action
Detail
Sheet 73
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
CAP
FLASHING
INSULATI
ING
Removal of built-up roofing and flashing
1. No containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos-regulated
work area so that
fold the polyethylene
edges over each other and seal
with duct tape; see sheet 9 for leak-tight wrapping.
Apply labels; see sheet 14.
unauthorized
entry is prevented; see sheet 11.
Provide personal protection and decontamination
facilities
as specified
in contractor’s
abatement
plan.
2. Remove
accumulated
asbestos
5. Clean and HEPA vacuum
hazard
6. Inspect
debris.
and built-up
roofing.
4. Dispose of all materials by carefully sliding them
down an enclosed chute into an enclosed Dumpster
and reclean area as necessary.
7. Apply tinted penetrating
encapsulant to exposed
roof deck, using an airless sprayer. Inspect and
reapply encapsulant as necessary.
3. Adequately
wet mist flashing and built-up roofing,
initially and during removal procedures. Remove
flashing
roof.
8. Prepare area for final clearance.
or
truck that is lined with two layers of 6-mil
polyethylene.
When the Dumpster or truck is filled,
9. Contractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Cleaning and visual Inspection.
Response
-106-
Action
Detail
Sheet 74
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
S
ROOFING
TS
Removal of
containment
area
required. Establish
of asbestos-regulated
area so
unauthorized
entryis
and install
signs: see
11. Provide
protection
shingles, and
1.
facilities
as
polyethylene
tape; see
4. Clean
and
in contractor’s
edges
each other
seal with
9. Apply
see sheet
HEPA vacuum
5. Inspect
reclean area
necessary.
hazard abatement
6.
2. Remove
roofing
felt,
and debris,
tinted penetrating
deck, using
airless sprayer.
to exposed
wet removal
Prepare area
3. Dispose
down an
truck that
polyethylene.
all materials
carefully sliding
chute into
enclosed Dumpster
lined with
When
layers of
or truck
Contractor
inspection
final
filled, fold
final clearance.
and
work area
and Visual
officer
will
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visual
sheet 19, Certification of
Detail
Sheet
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Bridging encapsulation of exterior asbestos stucco
1. Establish
boundaries
of asbestos-regulated
area so that unauthorized
entry is prevented;
work
sheet 1 1. Provide personal protection and
decontamination
facilities as specified in contractor’s
asbestos
hazard abatement
2. Apply
tinted
bridging
plan.
encapsulant
3. Inspect and reapply
encapsulant
as necessary.
see
4. Contractor
and contracting
officer
will certify
visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
to surface of
stucco.
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Action
Detail
Sheet 76
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Bridging encapsulation of interior asbestos stucco
1. Prepare containment
as specified
on applicable
4. Install HEPA filter unit and ductwork;
sheet 2, 3, 4, or 5. (If only one wall-and
no
ceilingis
to be abated, prepare bulkhead
containment
area as specified on sheet 5.) Prevent
unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Eliminate airflow
into containment
area by isolating all supply and air
ducts from mechanical system.
5. Apply tinted bridging
asbestos stucco.
6. Inspect
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
critical barriers over all
windows,
doors, wall openings, electrical outlets, etc.
Secure with
duct tape on all sides.
3. Install 6-mil polyethylene
walls
not to be encapsulated.
included,
prepare
specified
on sheet 5.
bulkhead
on floor surfaces
and
encapsulant
to surface of
as necessary.
7. Remove polyethvlene
on walls and floor. The
critical barriers sealing all windows,
doors, wall
openings, electrical outlets, etc., are to remain. Treat
polyethylene
as asbestos-contaminated
material; see
sheet 9.
8. Prepare area for final air clearance.
If only one wall is
containment
and reapply
encapsulant
see sheet 8.
area as
9. Carry out final clearance requirements
on applicable sheet 5, 16, 17, or 18.
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as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 77
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
EXISTING
MASONRY
WALL
TO
REMAIN
L
STUCCO
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1. Prepare mini-containment
--
Repair of
area as specified
asbestos
on
- 4. Apply new asbestos-free
stucco to damaged
matching adjacent stucco surfaces.
sheet 7.
2. Adequately
wet mist stucco with amended water,
initially and during removal procedure. Remove
5. Inspect.
damaged stucco and place in approved
sheet 9. Apply lab.els; see sheet 14.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
3. Apply tinted penetrating
reapply as necessary.
encapsulant.
container;
see
7. Carry out final clearance
on sheet 7.
Inspect and
requirements
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area,
as specified
Action
Detail
Sheet 78
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Removal of exterior asbestos stucco
1. Prepare containment
sheet 5 or 7.
2. Remove
stucco
in applicable
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
Use
5. Apply tinted
masonry.
area as specified
attached
to masonry.
adequate wet removal techniques,
initially
removal procedures. Brush, HEPA vacuum,
adequately
and during
and
wet clean area in order to remove
3. Dispose of asbestos stucco in approved
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
residue.
containers;
penetrating
6. Inspect and reapply
encapsulant
encapsulant
as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance
on applicable
requirements
as specified
sheet 5 or 7.
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to exposed
Action
Detail
Sheet79
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
STUCCO
Repair of exterior asbestos stucco
1. No containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos-regulated
work area so that
unauthorized
entry is prevented; see sheet 11. Aace
two layers of polyethylene
sheeting on the ground in
order to collect
debris.
2. Wet mist stucco
during removal
with amended
procedure.
Carefully
stucco and place in approved
Apply labels; see sheet 14.
3. Apply tinted
reapply
penetrating
water,
initially
remove
containers;
encapsulant.
and
4. Apply new asbestos-free
stucco to damaged
matching adjacent stucco surfaces.
area,
5. Fold each layer of polyethylene
sheeting inward,
and seal all edges with duct tape; see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14. Treat as asbestos-contaminated
material.
damaged
see sheet 9.
6. Prepare area for final clearance.
7. Contractor
and contracting
officer
will certify
visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
final Cleaning and visual Inspection.
Inspect and
as necessary.
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Action
Detail
Sheet 80
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
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Removal of asbestos cement siding
1. No containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos-regulated
work area so that
unauthorized
entry is prevented; see sheet 11. Provide
personal protection
and decontamination
facilities as
specified
in contractor‘s
asbestos
hazard abatement
plan.
5. Inspect
all surfaces.
and reclean area as necessary.
_
6. Place all materials in Dumpster or other transport
container lined with two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
Seal the joints and ends of each layer with
2. Wet mist siding with
during removal
3. Anchor
4. Clean and HEPA vacuum
lo-mil
amended
water,
initially
see sheet 9. Apply
and
sheeting
below
duct tape;
14. Other
containers may be used; see sheet 9. Apply
see sheet 14.
procedures.
polyethylene
labels; see sheet
labels;
work
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
area. Remove siding in a manner that will prevent
crumbling, pulverizing,
or reducing to powder during
8. Contractor
the removal procedure. NOTE: Normal breakage does
not constitute
crumbling, pulverizing,
or reducing to
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
and contracting
officer
will certify
visual
powder.
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Action
Detail
Sheet81
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
STRUCTURAL
SUPPOR
.
/
Removal of asbestos cement roofing
1. No containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos-regulated
work area so that
unauthorized
entry is prevented; see sheet 11. Provide
personal protection and decontamination
facilities as
specified
plan.
in contractor’s
asbestos
hazard abatement
3. Place all materials in Dumpster or other transport
container lined with two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
Seal the joints and ends of each layer with duct tape;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14. Other
containers may be used; see sheet 9. Apply labels;
see sheet 14.
2. Wet mist the top surface of the roofing with
ammended water, initially and during removal
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
procedures.
will prevent
5. Cqntractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
powder
breakage
Carefully remove roofing in a manner that
crumbling, pulverizing,
or reducing to
during the removal
does not constitute
or reducing
procedure.
crumbling,
NOTE: Normal
pulverizing,
to powder.
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.
Action
Detail
Sheet82
EPlllO-l-11
15 JUL92
CORRUGATED
ASBE ST .os
CEMENT
CONCRETE
STEEL
EDGE
ANGL
FORM
Removal of asbestos-containing
1. No containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos-regulated
work area so that so
that unauthorized
entry is prevented; sheet 11.
Provide
personal
protective
equipment
and
decontamination
facilities as specified in the
contractor’s
asbestos hazard abatement plan.
2. Install temporary
existing columns.
3. Support
lifting
at midpoint
between
5. Burn through
cover
steel side angles and pipe columns.
6. Lift slab and place on truck bed lined with two
layers of 6-mil polyethylene
sheeting. Seal the joints
and ends of each layer with duct tape; see sheet 9.
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Treat as
asbestos-contaminated
construction
waste, keeping
walkway-cover
slab intact. Secure slab to truck bed
and cover with tarp. Gather any loose debris lying on
ground and place in approved container; see sheet 9.
walkway-cover
other approved
.
supports
walkway
slab with forklift,
crane, or
device..
Apply labels; see sheet 14. Prepare area for final
clearance.
4. Saw cut through concrete no deeper than the
concrete cover over the corrugated asbestos cement
7. Contractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
form.
Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
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Action
Detail
Sheet
83
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of asbestos-contaminated
5. From the inside of the Quonset hut, cut metal
fasteners as close to metal siding as possible. With
crow bar, carefully pry apart the abutting corrugated
metal sheeting. Place disassembled sheets on a truck
bed lined with two layers of 6-mil polyethylene
1. Demolish interior of Quonset hut, including wall
surfaces, electrical services, etc. Treat as ordinary
construction
waste.
2. No containment
boundaries
area is required.
Establish
of work area so that unauthorized
prevented; see sheet 11. Provide personal
and decontamination
facilities as specified
contractor’s
asbestos
hazard abatement
metal siding
entry is
protection
in the
sheeting.
Seal the joints and ends of each layer with
duct .tape; see sheet 9. Apply
Treat as asbestos-contaminated
labels; see sheet 14.
construction
waste.
plan.
6. Gather contaminated
1 0-mil polyethylene
sheeting
and any loose debris lying on ground. Place in
3. Anchor 1 0-mil polyethylene
sheeting below work
area. Adequately
wet mist exterior siding and scrape
approved
container;
see sheet 9. Apply
off loose paint. Place paint chips and debris in
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14.
sheet
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
4.
14.
Apply
surface
tinted
penetrating
encapsulant
8. Contractor
to exterior
and contracting
officer
labels; see
will certify
visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
of siding. Let dry.
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Action
Detail
Sheet 84
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of asbestos cement sunscreen louvers
1. No enclosed containment
area is required. Establish
boundaries of asbestos regulated work so that
unauthorized
entry is prevented; see sheet 11. Provide
personal protection and decontamination
facilities as
specified in contractor’s
asbestos hazard abatement
breakage occurs, place in approved containers per
step 3 above. If slats can be removed intact, stack
and wrap with two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
Seal
the joints and ends with duct tape; see sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet 14.
plan.
2. Install 6-mil polyethylene
face of window and frame.
critical barrier over inside
Seal with duct tape.
6. Mist the supporting straps with a removal
encapsulant and remove. Treat as
.asbestos-contaminated
waste. Dispose of per step 3
Anchor
sheeting
above.
10-mil polyethylene
below work area.
3. Clean up roof debris from broken asbestos cement
sunscreen louvers. Treat as asbestos-containing
material. Place debris in approved containers; see
sheet 9. Apply
labels; see sheet
4. Place [O-B-in] [20-mm]
scaffolding
adjacent
7. HEPA vacuum roof, windows,
jambs, and all
adjacent surfaces as each work area is completed.
8. Prepare area for final clearance.
14.
plywood
to work
-
9. Contractor and contracting
officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
sheets on roof or
area.
5. Adequately
mist a removal encapsulant on all
accessible louver surfaces, initially and during removal
procedures. Gently remove each louver slat by
disconnecting
from supporting metal straps. If
10. Upon instructions
from the contracting
officer,
remove all critical barriers and plywood. Treat as
asbestos-contaminated
waste
per step 3 above.
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Action
Detail
Sheet
85
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
NOTE:
THIS SHEET
CAN BE USED FOR
PIPE FITTINGS
AND FOR VERTICAL
OR HORIZONTAL
PIPING.
EXISTING
INSULATION
TO
ASBESTOS
REMAIN
REPAIR
AREA
INSULATION
EXISTING
BEFORE
PIPE
AFTER
-Repair of pipe and fitting insulation (using glove bag)
1. Install glove bag as specified on sheet 10. Prepare
modified containment
area as specified on sheet 21.
Adequately
wet mist insulation surface with amended
water.
4. Inspect
2. Remove any loose material in the repair area with a
HEPA vacuum. Fiti voids with mineral wool-insulating
cement.
3. Cover filled areas with a nonwoven
saturated with a bridging encapsulant.
minimum
fiberglass cloth
Extend cloth a
of 6 inches beyond
edge of damaged
and reapply
encapsulant
as necessary.
5. Prepare area for final clearance.
6. Carry out final clearance
sheets 10 and 21.
requirements
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areas.
Allow area to dry for 24 hours. Coat area with a
second layer of tinted bridging encapsulant.
specified
Action
on
Detail
Sheet
86
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
HANGER \
EXISTING
NT
NOTE:
STRAP
THIS SHEET
CAN BE USED FOR
VERTICAL
OR HORIZONTAL
PIPING.
Removal of pipe insulation (using glove bag)
1. Install glove bag as specified on sheet 10. Prepare
modified containment
area as specified on sheet 21.
Adequately
wet mist insulation surface with amended
water, initially and during removal.
2. Remove
jacketing
and asbestos
pipe and hanger to within
pipe insulation
2 inches of inside-edges
from
of
glove bag.
3. Clean exposed
water
4. inspect
and reclean as necessary.
5. Spray a tinted penetrating
exposed ends of insulation.
encapsulant
on pipe and
6. Inspect
encapsulant
as
piping and reapply
necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearapce.
surfaces
by spraying
with amended
and brushing.
8. Carry out final clearance
sheets 10 and 2 1.
requirements
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specified
on
Action
Detail
Sheet 87
I
EP 1110-1-11
15 JUL92
HANGER \
EXISTING
/e&p
PIPE \
STRAP
NOTE: THIS SHEET CAN BE USED FOR
PIPE FITTINGS AND FOR VERTICAL=
OR HORIZONTAL PIPING.
Removal of horizontal
1. Prepare containment
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
area as specified
pipe insulation
on applicable
2. Adequately wet mist insulation surface with
amended water, initially and during removal. Remove
jacketing and insulation from pipe and hanger system.
3. Clean exposed surfaces
water and brushing.
by spraying
with amended
(using containment
area)
5. Spray a tinted penetrating
exposed ends of insulation.
encapsulant
on pipe and
6. Inspect piping and reapply
necessary.
encapsulant
as
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance requirements
applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
specified
on
4. Inspect and reclean as necessary.
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Sheet 88
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
JACKET I NG
EXISTING
LEXISTING
INSULATION
PIP
Removal of pipe insulation (using mini-containment
1. Prepare mini-containment
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
area as specified on
sheet 7.
2. Adequately
area)
5. Spray a tinted penetrating encapsulant on pipe and
exposed ends of insulation. Inspect and reapply as
wet mist insulation surface with
amended water, initially and during removal. Remove
necessary.
jacketing and insulation from pipe and hanger system.
6. Prepare area for final clearance.
3. Clean exposed surfaces by spraying with amended
water and brushing.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
sheet 7.
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Detail
Sheet89
Action
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
EXISTING
BOILER
BREEC
OR STORAGE
TANK
EXISTING
INSULATION
-
SECTIONAL
VIEW
Encasement of storage tank or boiler breeching
1. Prepare modified containment area as specified on
sheet 21. Install HEPA filter unit and ductwork; see
sheet 8.
4. Spray on polymer shell finish.
5. Inspect.
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
2. Apply foam sealer to existing insulation.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
sheet 21.
3. Inspect and reapply sealer as necessary.
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Action
Detail
Sheet90
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
EXISTING
INSULAT’V”R
,
EXIST ING BREECHING
TANK
OR S TORAGE
1
,a
SECTIONAL
VIEW
Bridging encapsulation of storage tank and boiler breeching
1. Prepare modified containment area as specified on
sheet 21. Install l-iEPA filter unit and ductwork; see
3. Inspect and reapply encapsulant as necessary.
4. Prepare area for final air clearance.
sheet 8.
5. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheet 21.
2. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant to surface of
insulation.
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Action Detail
Sheet 91
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
-EXISTING
STORAGE
TANK
OR
BOILER
BREECHING
C6 IN.1
Cl5 CM1
-
I
’
I
I
SECTIONAL
-
,
I
EXISTING
INSULATION
J.
VIEW
Repair of storage tank and boiler breeching
1. Prepare mini-containment area as specified on
sheet 7. Adequately wet mist insulation with amended
damaged areas. Allow area to dry for 24 hours. Coat
-area with a second layer of tinted bridging
water.
encapsulant.
2. Remove any loose material in the repair area with a
4. Inspect and reapply encapsulant as necssary.
HEPA vacuum. Fill voids with mineral wool insulating
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
cement.
3. Cover filled areas with a nonwoven fiberglass cloth
6. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
saturated with a bridging encapsulant.
sheet 7.
Extend cloth a
minimum of 16 in] [15 cm] beyond the edge of
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Action
Detail
Sheet
92
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
EXIST
!NS
BO I LER
3R ST ORAGE
TANK
I
I
SECTIONAL
VIEW
Removal of storage tank and boiler breeching insulation
1. Prepare containment
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
areas as specified on
applicable sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Adequately wet mist surface with amended water,
initially and during removal. Remove insulation,
including reinforcing fabric, mesh, steel bands or wire,
and jacketing. Place in approved containers; see sheet
9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
5. Spray a tinted penetrating encapsulant.
reapply- as necessary.
Inspect and
6. Prepare area for final air clearance.
7. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
3. Clean exposed surfaces by spraying with amended
water and brushing, HEPA vacuuming, and adequately
wet cleaning all surfaces.
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Action Detail
Sheet 93
I
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
MITERED
SEGMENTS
ASBESTOS
INSULATION
JACKETING
OF
JOB-MOLDED
INSULATION
SEGMENTED
INSULATION
AN
Removal of pipe-fitting insulation (using glove bag)
4. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
1. install glove bag as specified on sheet 10. Prepare
modified containment area as specified on sheet 2 1.
2. Adequately wet mist with amended water, initially
and during removal procedure. Remove jacketing and
asbestos-containing insulation from fittings and onto
straight run of pipe until only asbestos-free
remains.
5. Spray a tinted penetrating encapsulant on pipe and
exposed ends of insulation.
.
insulation
6. Inspect and reapply penetrating encapsulant as
necessary.
7. Prepare area for final air clearance.
3. Clean exposed surfaces by spraying with amended
water and brushing. HEPA vacuum and wet wipe ail
8. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheets 10 and 21.
surfaces.
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Action Detail
Sheet 94
EP 1110-1-11
15 JUL92
Removal of asbestos-insulated
1. Prepare modified containment
area as specified on
sheet 2 1.
electrical wiring
as not to damage insulation. Coil wire and place in
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14.
2. Disconnect all electrical power to the area where
electrical wiring is to be removed.
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
3. Adequately wet mist exposed asbestos insulation
with removal encapsulant. Carefully remove wiring SO
sheet 21.
5. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
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Action
Detail
Sheet
95
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL 92
INCANDESCENT
LIGHTING
FIXTURE
Removal of asbestos-insulated
1. Prepare modified containment
area as specified on
electrical fixture
as not to damage the heat shield. Place entire fixture
in an approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels;
see sheet 14.
sheet 2 1.
2. Disconnect all-electrical power to the area where
electrical fixture is to be removed.
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
3. Adequately wet mist exposed asbestos heat shield
with removal encapsulant. Carefully remove fixture so
5. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
sheet 21.
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.
Action Detail
Sheet 96
EP 1110-l-11
-
15 JUL92
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Removal of boiler firebox insulation
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on applicable
insulation behind the firebrick. Place in approved
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
2. Isolate flue. Entry to boiler firebox is through
firebox door.
5. Clean, .HEPA vacuum, and adequately clean entire
firebox.
3. Remove firebrick from firebox. Wet wipe each brick
6. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
and spray with a removal encapsulant. Treat brick as
7. Apply a tinted penetrating encapsulant to entire
firebox. Inspect and reapply as necessary.
uncontaminated waste, if authorized by the
contracting officer! otherwise, treat as
_
asbestos-contaminated
waste. Place in approved
8. Prepare area for final air clearance.
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
4. Adequately
wet mist surface of exposed insulation
9. Carry out final clearance requirements specified on
applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
with amended water. Remove asbestos-containing
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Action Detail
Sheet 97
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
EXISTING
BOILER
TO REMAIN.
GASKET
EXISTING
PIPING
TO REMAIN.
GASKET
Bridging encapsulation of boiler and piping gaskets
1. Establish work area and prevent unauthorized
entry; see sheet 11. Provide personal protection and
3. Inspect and reapply encapsulant as necssary.
decontamination facilities as specified in contractor’s
asbestos hazard apatement plan.
4. Prepare area for final clearance.
2. Apply tinted bridging encapsulant to exposed edge
and surface of gasket by brushing to an acceptable
5. Contractor and contracting officer will certify visual
inspection of work area on sheet 19, Certification of
Final Cleaning and Visual Inspection.
thickness.
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Action
Detail
Sheet98
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
/
/
PIPING
BURNER
-
I/
Removal of boiler and piping gaskets
1. Prepare modified containment area as specified on
-~
sheet 21.
4. Clean, HEPA vacuum, and adequately wet clean
surfaces.
2. Adequately
5. Inspect and reclean as necessary.
wet mist burner or piping before
disassembling.
3. Adequately wet mist gasket surfaces with amended
water, initially and during removal procedure. Remove
boiler/piping gasket from flanges. Place gasket in
approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
6. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant to flange
surfaces: Inspect and reapply as necessary.
7. Prepare area for final clearance.
8. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheet 21.
sheet 14.
Response
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Action Detail
Sheet 99
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
EXISTING
DUCT
INSULATION
-
Repair of duct insulation
1. Install mini-containment
7.
area as specified on sheet
damaged areas. Allow area to dry for 24 hours. Coat
area with a second layer of tinted bridging
encapsulant.
2. Adequately wet mist area to be repaired. Remove
any loose material with a HEPA vacuum. Fill voids
4. Inspect and reapply encapsulant as necssary..
with mineral insulating cement.
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
3. Cover filled areas with a nonwoven fiberglass cloth
saturated with a bridging encapsulant.
Extend cloth a
minimum of [6 in] 115 cm] beyond the edge of
6. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheet 7.
Response
-132-
Action Detail
Sheet 100
..
EPlllO-l-11
15JUL92
Removal of duct insulation
1. Prepare containment
area as specified on applicable
3. Inspect and reclean area as necessary.
sheet 2, 3, or 4.
2. Adequately
wet mist surface with amended water,
initially and during-removal
4. Apply tinted penetrating encapsulant.
reapply as necessary.
Inspect and
procedure. Remove all
5. Prepare area for final air clearance.
asbestos insulation from duct. Place in approved
container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
6. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on applicable sheet 16, 17, or 18.
Brush, HEPA vacuum, and wet wipe exposed duct
surfaces to remove residual, material.
Response
-133-
Action
Detail
Sheet101
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
Removal of asbestos cement pipe
1. Prepare modified containment area as specified on
sheet 21.
2. Adequately
wet-mist
surface of pipe with-amended
water initially and dbring removal procedure. Remove
existing asbestos cement pipe. Place each section on
two layers of 6-mil polyethylene.
around pipe and seal ends and joints with duct tape;
see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
3. Prepare area for final clearance.
4. Carry out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheet 21.
Wrap each layer
Response
-134-
Action Detail
Sheet 102
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
-
Removal of asbestos cement ductwork
-1. Prepare modified containment
area as specified on
sheet 21.
2. Adequately wet-mist surface of ductwork-with
amended water, initially and during removal. Remove
each layer around ductwork and seal ends and joints
with duct tape; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet
14. Place smaller material in approved containers; see
sheet 9. Apply labels; see sheet 14.
3. Prepare area for final clearance.
existing asbestos cement ductwork. Place each
section on two layers of 6-mil polyethylene. Wrap
4. Carry out final clearance as specified on sheet 21.
Response
-135-
Action
Sheet
Detail
103
EP 1110-l-11
15 JUL92
AIR
HANDLER
Removal of asbestos flex connector
1. Prepare modified containment
area as specified on
sheet 21.
4. Clean, HEPA vacuum, and wet wipe area in the
immediate vicinity of removed materials.
2. Disconnect all electrical power to the air handler.
5. Inspect and reclean as necessary.
3. Adequately
6. Prepare area for final clearance.
encapsulant.
mist flex connector with removal
Remove existing flex connector. Place in
an approved container; see sheet 9. Apply labels; see
sheet 14.
7. Carry Out final clearance requirements as specified
on sheet 21.
Response
-136l U.S.
Govtw?Em
P(I,NTIW
U’FICE 1992 129-356/7OOY5
Action
Sheet
Detail
104
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