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Finding Asbestos during a Demolition

Every day, structures across America are torn down to make room for new and improved buildings. Schools, shopping malls, and business parks are receiving much-needed upgrades, but some are running into unexpected problems, like asbestos.

Asbestos Removal in Public Arena before Demolition

Before an auditorium in Omaha, Nebraska can be demolished, tons of asbestos must be removed from the structure. The Civic Auditorium, among others in the country, was constructed with asbestos-containing products and materials, including the boilers, pipes, and scaffolding.

California Students Return to Campus after Asbestos Abatement

Last week, nearly 800 students returned to Oak View Elementary School for the 2015-16 school year. The campus in Huntington Beach, California, had been closed the previous year when the main school building tested positive for asbestos fibers during a modernization project.

Asbestos Found in Topsoil at Stonehenge

Asbestos can be found in many places. Your home, your child's school, and public buildings are just some locations the hazardous substance has been found. Asbestos contamination can be even present at famous tourist sites, including Stonehenge.

Pro-Bono Construction Work Results in Asbestos Violations

It's not often that a kind-hearted gesture results in a public health hazard. In recent months, the Cottrellville Township and two companies have been cited by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for failing to get a state-certified asbestos inspection.

EPA Awards $124K to Reduce Asbestos Exposure in Texas Schools

A $124,741 grant was recently awarded to the Texas Department of State Health Services by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help reduce asbestos exposure in public and private schools.

Asbestos Exposure at the World Trade Center on 9/11

Tomorrow marks the thirteenth anniversary of the attacks on the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan, NY. While the events that unfolded affected many individuals across the country, some of those present in the city that day are still struggling with severe respiratory illnesses caused by the dust and debris of the towers' collapse.

Asbestos in Older School Buildings

Do you worry about your child being exposed to asbestos at school? Depending on when their school building was constructed, there is a chance that they are at risk for asbestos exposure, which could lead to fatal diseases like asbestosis and mesothelioma.