Urea formaldehyde wall insulation, should it be removed?

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We are looking at another property to buy but find that it may contain cavity wall insulation that is of a Urea Formaldehyde Foam type. There is some info on the web about this now being a non approved product due to possible issues with raised levels of Formaldehyde gasses in buildings that this has ben applied to.
It would seem that there has been a whole industry sprouted up around removal, which I guess will be expensive.
Anybody have experience with this issue, and are we obliged to do risk assessment and possible removal in order to be on the right side of the law for tenanting the property?
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06/04/2015 10:19

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