barriers shall be constructed to assure that asbestos fibers released during
abatement activities are contained within the work area. Glove bags are
permitted for removal or repair of asbestos-containing materials.
(b) All asbestos-containing materials shall
be wet and placed in leak tight containers prior to being disturbed. They shall
be kept wet until containerized.
(c) A HEPA-filtered vacuum cleaner or wet
cleaning technique shall be used to clean up the work area following abatement
until there is no visible residue.
(d) Asbestos-containing waste shall be
properly containerized in appropriately labeled impermeable and leak tight
containers prior to disposal.
All leak tight containers shall be labeled in accordance with OSHA
and EPA 40
CFR part 61
.152 as appropriate.
Waste water generated during asbestos abatement shall be filtered by best
available technology prior to discharge.
(g) Disposal of asbestos waste shall be at an
authorized asbestos disposal facility. If the authorized asbestos disposal site
is located within Connecticut, written authorization for disposal shall be
obtained from the Department of Environmental Protection, Bureau of Waste
Conn. Agencies Regs.
Effective December 27,
1990; Amended March 8, 2004