Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA)

Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA),

How To Define Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA)?

Asbestos, as it is naturally found in many minerals, such as crusotyl, crusadolite, amosite, anthophyllite, tramolite, actinolite and snake's Undoubtedly, these minerals can have little or no effect on the environment and human health. However, bad weather, mining, immovable property development and construction can release asbestos fibers into the environment, putting workers and the public at unknown risk of respiration.

Literal Meanings of Naturally Occurring Asbestos (NOA)


Meanings of Naturally:
  1. Of course there is no special help or intervention.

  2. As expected, of course

Sentences of Naturally
  1. I hope the best of course

Synonyms of Naturally

needless to say, as might be expected, not unexpectedly, of course, as one would expect, as was anticipated, as a matter of course, as you would expect


Meanings of Occurring:
  1. Instead, it happened.

Sentences of Occurring
  1. The accident happened around 3:30 pm.

Synonyms of Occurring

happen, transpire, take place, materialize, pass off, come about, crop up, arise, fall, chance, turn out, fall out, come


Meanings of Asbestos:
  1. Heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral that can be used in textiles and in refractory and insulation equipment such as brake pads.

  2. Fabrics that contain asbestos.

Sentences of Asbestos
  1. Asbestos tiles

  2. Currently, inhalation of amphibious asbestos is considered very harmful to human health.

  3. But his lungs lost a health battle years ago when he worked for a telephone company that used blue fibers made from insulating asbestos.

  4. One type is dangerous blue asbestos, crusadolite.

  5. The warning prevents work on the affected parts of the hangar from continuing until the asbestos residue or loose asbestos is removed.

  6. The purpose of the advertisement is to inform the public that crustacean asbestos is not carcinogenic.

  7. The most common type of asbestos, calculated to be 95 ing out of all commercial use, is crusotile, also called white asbestos.

  8. Asbestos fibers are trapped in handmade socks and sweaters.

  9. Carcinogenic asbestos was used in home construction until the late 1980s.