Pay Asbestos Removal Fee
Asbestos Forms & Resources
Asbestos is the name of a group of naturally occurring fibrous minerals that are heat-resistant, strong, and extremely durable. Asbestos has historically been used in over 4,000 building products because of these properties.
Inhaling asbestos fibers can cause cancer and related diseases. For this reason, it is a closely regulated air pollutant. Removal of asbestos is regulated by LRAPA in Lane County, Oregon, under LRAPA’s Title 43 – Asbestos Requirements rules.
Submit a ten-day and non-friable notification of intent to remove or encapsulate asbestos to LRAPA below.
You DO NOT need to notify us if you are:
- Performing the project outside of Lane County (visit DEQ’s website instead);
- Doing the asbestos removal yourself and your project qualifies as an owner-occupied, single-family residence;
- Performing the removal of mastics and roofing products that are fully encapsulated with a petroleum-based binder and are not hard, dry, or brittle, and the conditions in (a) and (b) are met, provided these materials are not made friable;
- (a) The generation of particulate asbestos material is minimized.
- (b) Asbestos-containing materials are wetted prior to removal and during subsequent handling, to the extent practicable.
- Performing the removal of asbestos-containing materials that are sealed from the atmosphere by a rigid casing, provided the casing is not broken or otherwise altered such that asbestos fibers could be released during removal, handling and transport to an authorized disposal site.
LRAPA Asbestos Forms
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Resources
- Accredited Asbestos Inspectors
- Analytical Laboratories
- Accredited Asbestos Training Providers
- Landfills Accepting Asbestos Waste
- Licensed Asbestos Abatement Contractors
Pay an Asbestos Removal Fee
Deliver or mail check to:
The Lane Regional Air Protection Agency
1010 Main St.
Springfield, OR 97477
Attention: Asbestos Program
OUTSIDE of Lane County
Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) Asbestos Information and Contacts
Asbestos is commonly found in walls, ceilings, floors, roofs, siding, HVAC systems, insulation, pipes and more. DEQ provided the lists below with the 2018 asbestos rulemaking.