Asbestos Prices in Zimbabwe

Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous silicate mineral. There are six types, all of which are composed of long and thin fibrous crystals, each fibre being composed of many microscopic “fibrils” that can be released into the atmosphere by abrasion and other processes. 

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Where do we get asbestos in Zimbabwe?

Zimbabwe’s choice to re-open the mines:

Zimbabwe was once the 6th biggest producer of asbestos in the world. However, eight years ago it closed its two asbestos mines – Shabanie and Mashava in Southern Zimbabwe. Following the closure, Zimbabwe has relied on importing the substance from other countries.

What is the price of an asbestos sheet of 3 meters?

Colour Coated 3 M Asbestos Cement Sheet at Rs 160/meter in Lucknow | ID: 20486175162.

What is the best price for the asbestos sheet?

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market price of Roofing Sheet Asbestos in India is Rs 130/ Meter.

Is asbestos still mined in Zimbabwe?

Gaths Mine is an asbestos mine in Mashava, Masvingo Province, Zimbabwe, and is located 40 km west of Masvingo city. Gaths Mine as it is now collectively known as is a combination of three mines: King Mine and the now-defunct Temeraire and Gaths.
Gaths Mine.

CompanyMutumwa Mawere

How much asbestos is in the cement sheet?

about 10-15%

What is asbestos cement? Asbestos cement is a mixture of cement and asbestos. This is usually about 10-15% of the total product, forming a hard material. It is often used as corrugated roofing on sheds, garages and farms.