On Tuesday, march 19th, just after the strong storms, did the health and safety advisor of the municipality of Holsbeek know that the corrugated iron on the annex building of the presbytery in very poor condition. “The asbestcementdak of that outbuilding, storage/garage, for many years exposed to the influences of weather, winds and temperature changes to the surface bright weathered. To the extent that they pulverize. As a result of erosion and damage to the corrugated sheets, and for example, asbestos fibres are released through the rain and the afdruipzones appear on the ground. There are no gutters, that they dispose of rainwater. The fibers may be present in the environment on and in the soil accumulate to high concrentaties. At maaiwerkzaamheden and the air circulation, the fibres raised, spread, and they can be inhaled by the gemeentearbeiders and persons who come near to”, as it sounds in the beginning of the mail. But the board of the health and safety advisor goes much further than that.
Hoopla by paaseierenworp close to ‘asbestplein’: Let us Holsbeek no Fukushima
Holsbeek By the storm a month ago, there are asbestplaten loose to the presbytery. The municipality of Holsbeek has then at that place the grass afgereden, agai
19 April 2019 Friday 23:01
Holsbeek By the storm a month ago, there are asbestplaten loose to the presbytery. The municipality of Holsbeek has then at that place the grass afgereden, against the advice of the safety officer. Therefore, there are potentially asbestdeeltjes released. Achille Claes of opposition party Holsbeek Moves is furious: “And in that place, right across from a daycare nota bene, they go Sunday morning easter eject.” Deputy-mayor Rudy Janssens (CD&V) points. “Let us Holsbeek not Fukushima. The paaseierenworp is 50 metres further on, and so goes on as usual.”