Hi, I'm was a regular poster on SS, and somewhat less regular here, but created a new account to remain somewhat anonymous with this question. We have just started our reno on a recently purchased late-60's , early 70's house. Guy picked up the skip this morning, and a couple of hours later rang me to say that he'd found asbestos in the bin. Turns out the shower lining walls were an asbestos product. So I had to pay him an extra $200 to handle this stuff. The sheets are well and truly removed, but they split in half when I pulled them out of the bathroom, so they were well and truly "disturbed". This was nearly 2 weeks ago, and in that time, we've been working in the place, and swept and vacuumed, pulled out walls, etc, so although I know there are no "chunks" of the board anywhere, I guess there's a good chance that there are still loose fibres around. So the bin's been handled OK, but what should I do with the house? Anything? Nothing? Are there future or current liability concerns?