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Asbestos removal begins at Buckingham Palace

An asbestos problem has recently been found at Buckingham Palace and officials have said that may take nearly 20 years to remove all of the carcinogenic material from the home. On Monday, it was released that removing the asbestos from the floor ducts in the south wing would cost over one million pounds. Areas of […]

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Two men indicted for illegal asbestos removal charges

Two men were indicted after they improperly disposed of asbestos particles form a former hospital in Riverside. According to court documents, a 53-year-old man and a 59-year-old man were indicted this Wednesday after they unlawfully removed the asbestos particles without having a proper license to do so and without being equipped with the right materials. […]

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Asbestos removal to occur at courthouse library in Northampton

Asbestos removal has begun at the law library at the Northampton County Courthouse after officials with the Environmental Protection Agency were told about the findings almost a year ago. This is the second time asbestos has been found in this space, which has lead investigators to question how the carcinogen returned to the area. Officials […]

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Asbestos released in St. Louis pipeline bust

A pipeline rupture in downtown St. Louis caused a hole to be blown through the asphalt and as a result asbestos from the piping insulation was released into the air. Officials with the company that manage the pipe have said that is may take anywhere between a week to 10 days. The cleaning process has […]

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EPA: Restrictions made on use of heavy equipment in asbestos removal

Regulators with the Department of Energy have stated that the use of heavy machinery when removing asbestos-containing materials has been restricted during demolition projects out of the concern of those working. The agreement was recently signed after the inspector general for the Environmental Protection Agency stated that the removal of asbestos at a Hanford building […]

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Asbestos removal in elementary school has begun

An asbestos leakage at Redwood Elementary School in West Orange, New Jersey has been detected and the removal process  has begun. The leak was noticed by school officials, but the exact location cannot be pinpointed. Workers will have to open up areas of the ceiling in order to search for the root of the asbestos exposure. […]

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Man receives $7.5 million in mesothelioma lawsuit

A man who worked as a construction worker in California has won a lawsuit against six separate companies who were deemed responsible for his development of mesothelioma. The man worked as a construction worker during the 1970s and 1980s where his main job was to cut piping in order for it to lay properly beneath […]

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Hotel charged for improper asbestos removal

A Colorado hotel and construction company were recently charged with improper removal of asbestos products by the Colorado Attorney General.  The companies are accused of exposing hotel guests and employees to harmful asbestos fibers during the removal. The indictment states that the hotel and construction company violated both the Air Quality Control Act and Clean […]

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PA man cites 14 companies in mesothelioma suit

14 companies were recently cited as defendants in a mesothelioma lawsuit filed in the Kanawha Circuit Court in West Virginia.  The suit was filed by a man from Canonsburg, Pennsylvania who had been employed by several companies in West Virginia before being diagnosed with mesothelioma. Mesothelioma is a rare form of cancer that is caused […]

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Ammunitions plant worker sues after contracting asbestos-related diseases

Billy F. Wall, a former worker at the Longhorn Army Ammunition Plant in Harrison County, Texas, and his wife, Sandra Wall, recently filed an asbestos lawsuit in the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division.  Billy Wall worked at the ammunition plant from 1974 to 1996 as a welder, pipefitter, and insulator. According to the lawsuit, […]

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