In dormant form, asbestos imposes no impending threats to your health. However, when that asbestos is disturbed for any reason, fibers from asbestos can be released into the air and the inhalation of such fibers can pose serious health risks. Among the ailments associated with prolonged asbestos exposure are lung cancer, mesothelioma, and asbestosis. Asbestos lung cancer, and any other form of “asbestos cancer”-causing diseases, pose formidable risks to your well-being. Therefore, removal of asbestos is necessary and pivotal – and the manner in which asbestos disposal is executed is crucial. Asbestos removal alone is pointless if not properly handled to abate the release of asbestos fibers into the air.