The three CAF pavilions that are closed due to asbestos will reopen on the 16th if all goes well

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Tuesday’s measurements yielded results that were below the permitted limits. Next week they will inspect and clean the warehouses, and the return of staff is expected from the 16th.

M.D. | EITB media

The three CAF pavilions, which were closed in August due to asbestos, will reopen on October 16 if predictions are met. Next week they will carry out inspections and cleaning work, and from the 16th, Monday, the staff will return.

Halls 7, 8 and 9 of the Beasain factory have remained closed for more than a month after measurements in August showed the amount of asbestos was above the permitted level. As explained by the business committee, at least 62 of the 68 measurements taken on Tuesday, October 3, detected normal levels, “similar to the values ​​that would be obtained by an environmental measurement on the street.”

Therefore, Osalan and those responsible for prevention and CAF management will visit the pavilions next Monday, October 9. The next day, Tuesday, the cleaning companies ISS, Rossy and Garbilan will clean the ships that have been inactive. In the same way, they will replace the items that had to be thrown away with new material.

The team returns from the 16th. ELA has explained that personal protective equipment (PPE) will be provided to anyone who requests it.

Source: EITB

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