Accidentally removed asbestos tiles refer to situations where tiles containing asbestos, a hazardous material, are unintentionally removed or disturbed during renovation or demolition work. For instance, a homeowner may unawarely remove floor or ceiling tiles containing asbestos while renovating their bathroom, potentially exposing themselves and others to harmful airborne fibers. Identifying and handling asbestos tiles safely is crucial due to the severe health risks associated with asbestos exposure. Asbestos fibers inhaled into the lungs can cause serious respiratory diseases, including mesothelioma. The widespread use of asbestos in building materials in the mid-20th century has led to a legacy of asbestos-related …