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Asbestos abatement company facing charges in Washington

An asbestos abatement company and its owner have been charged in Chelan County due to suspicion of deliberately concealing hazardous asbestos minerals in the waste they are about to ship, an article of Construction & Demolition Recycling reported on January 3. Reports said Timothy Powell and his company, A1 Asbestos LLC, are facing five class C […]

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Paterson schools accused of asbestos handling negligence

Various claims of negligence were recently filed against the school district in Paterson based on environmental concerns, including using improper mold and asbestos removal, a December 7 article of nj.com reported. According to reports, Brenda Zemo filed the complaint against her former employer due to concerns that the department was negligent about making sure asbestos removal was properly […]

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Penalties imposed on Cayuga Centers over asbestos violations

Citations and thousands of dollars in fines were imposed on Cayuga Centers due to the suspicion that they were negligent in complying with asbestos laws, an article of auburnpub.com reported on November 11. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), Cayuga’s facility in Auburn committed three asbestos violations deemed “serious” that could put workers […]

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Contractor facing lawsuit for breach of contract and asbestos violations

A contractor in Pennsylvania is facing a lawsuit due to allegations that they breached a contract while completing a project last year and committed asbestos violations, an article of the Weirton Daily Times reported on September 20. According to reports, Ronald Cross sued Joan Unis, Ralph Unis, and their company Unis Demolition because they failed to finish a […]

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Orlando Fire Department escaped hefty fine after exposing crews to asbestos

A report recently revealed that the Orlando Fire Department avoided fines after being suspected of violating an asbestos law that compromised the health of their crews, an article of WFTV9 stated on September 13. Reports confirmed that fire crews in February came into contact with hazardous asbestos at a training facility on Mercy Drive. Fines worth […]

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Asbestos-laden debris scattered near children’s park in UK

Residents near a children’s park in Lancaster Way, United Kingdom were recently warned after bags of debris that may possibly contain hazardous asbestos were scattered in the area, an article of Birmingham Mail reported on August 22. According to reports the Solihull Council deployed its asbestos crews after 30-year-old Aaron Bradley posted photos of the […]

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Illinois company under investigation for exposing workers to asbestos

A company based in the town of Albers, Illinois is under investigation by federal authorities due to the suspicion that they exposed their workers to asbestos dust in the workplace, an article of fox2now.com reported on August 14. According to reports, federal prosecutors considered the activity of Joseph Kehrer and Kehrer Brothers Construction “criminal” in nature due to […]

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Hundreds of employees in Australia likely came into contact with asbestos

An asbestos register was recently signed by hundreds of workers due to a possibility that they have been exposed to asbestos mineral while doing work at the Perth Children’s Hospital in Australia, an article of watoday.com.au reported on July 18. One of the workers whose name was not revealed told reports that hundreds of workers […]

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Contractor facing charges for violating asbestos law in Illinois

A contractor in Illinois was recently charged after he put people’s health at risk by negligently extracting asbestos minerals in a demolition job in Springfield, a June 20 article of Great Lakes Echo reported. Demolition manager Joseph Chernis IV may face imprisonment and hefty fines if found guilty of negligence in handling the asbestos removal at a vacant Cargill/Pillsbury […]

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4 companies in Worcester County facing $129K asbestos fine

Four companies in Worcester County, Massachusetts, alleged of committing violations related to improper asbestos handling during constructions projects, recently agreed to pay a fine worth $129,000, an article of patch.com reported on April 1. The Attorney General’s Office filed a lawsuit against Patriots Environmental in July 2014 for committing negligence while removing asbestos-laden materials during a […]

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