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School gym closed for asbestos removal

Posted on November 29th, 2011 No Comments

A school gym in Ohio has been closed for renovations that include removing asbestos-containing tiles. School board officials announced that people who have recently been in the gym are not facing any health concerns,  but the tiles had to be removed before renovations could start. Officials were originally going to put the new floor on [...]

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Asbestos lawsuit results in $10 million settlement

Posted on November 22nd, 2011 No Comments

The largest asbestos settlement has recently been ordered in a lawsuit filed by a mesothelioma victim. The lawsuit was filed in October 2010 and claimed that a U.S. Engineering Co. did not handle asbestos correctly while working on the Jackson county courthouse. The woman worked at the courthouse for 27 years and claims that she [...]

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Widow files suit after husband dies of asbestos-related disease

Posted on November 15th, 2011 No Comments

The widow of a man that died of an asbestos-related disease has now filed a lawsuit against Texaco and Chevron USA. According to the lawsuit, the man worked at Texaco in Port Author where he was exposed to asbestos dust. He was later diagnosed with pulmonary asbestosis and died in March 2010. The suit alleges [...]

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Supervisor admits to illegally removing asbestos

Posted on November 8th, 2011 No Comments

A 38-year-old supervisor has plead guilty to asbestos violations after he failed to hire a licensed asbestos contractor to remove asbestos from piping in the building. According to court documents, the man failed to adhere to Clean Air standards while supervising a renovation project in Pittsford. A news release stated that the man knew of [...]

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Twelve Nevada schools conduct asbestos investigations

Posted on November 1st, 2011 No Comments

Twelve charter schools in Nevada are now going to be conducting an asbestos inspection in order to follow laws set up by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Five of the schools are in Clark County and the other seven are in Washoe County. It is a requirement by the federal law that all schools are [...]

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