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High Number of Asbestos-Related Deaths in Philadelphia

Posted on: March 16th, 2016 by William Connelly
A new study has reported that the Philadelphia region is one of the worst in the country in regards to having a higher than the national average number of deaths related to asbestos. Throughout the United States, approximately 5 out of 100,000 death ... Read More

Sumner Courthouse Gets Approval for Funds to Clean Asbestos

Posted on: March 16th, 2016 by William Connelly
Asbestos was discovered early in March in the Sumner Courthouse when a cleanup crew was doing some mold remediation as a part of the $350,000 that was being used to make upgrades to the courthouse on the Square and the Juvenile Courthouse in Gallatin ... Read More

What You Need to Know About Asbestos

Posted on: January 27th, 2016 by William Connelly
Unfortunately, there have been recent reports that show an increase in asbestos-related diseases, even though asbestos is not being used like it used to. The question then becomes, why are there more cases of asbestos-related illnesses and other lun ... Read More

Teacher Passes Away From Asbestos Exposure in the UK

Posted on: January 27th, 2016 by William Connelly
Last week the tragic story about an elementary school teacher who passed away after being diagnosed with cancer was reported and the illness was a result of her exposure to asbestos in the workplace. Elizabeth Belt was 68 years old and had been batt ... Read More

Leominster Contractor Pays Fines for Asbestos Violations

Posted on: December 18th, 2015 by William Connelly
In Boston, a Leominster asbestos-abatement contractor from A & E Environmental is required to pay a penalty of $14,312 after it was established that they violated the asbestos regulations of their state by the Massachusetts Department of Environmenta ... Read More