You need to call around to find someone that is licensed / certified to remove and dispose of abestos. Not knowing your area it would be easiest to call around. Best place to ask would be a home renovation contractor to find out who they use. But beware, they may be definite if they perceive you as competition.
After I posted the question it occurred to me that there might be a simpler solution. Why couldn't I just have the contractor disconnect the concrete pipe from the ceiling joists (supported with straps), push the pipe up about 24 and extend the 6 metal roof vent in which the concrete pipe is installed (concentric arrangement)? The vent would of course be non-functional but it would mean that I would not have to dispose of the concrete pipe (i.e. abandon in place). Jim Houston
Bob is correct. asbestos is only dangerous when it is airbourne that is why the pros squirt it with water from a pump sprayer and put it in a plastic bag, as they are removing it they work in teams of 2, one squirts as the other handles.. there is a drift here..did you catch it?
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