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December 2014 Archives

How Many Times...

...will this story be repeated? In what was described as the "worst case scenario," asbestos materials in a building were disturbed by a demolition process, and workers could have been exposed to asbestos by the demolition. The town is Greensboro, North Carolina, but as we have seen recently, it could...

No One is Safe from Asbestos, Part 2

What is remarkable about asbestos is that it just doesn't go away. No, we don't mean the fact that the mineral, which is in the form of needle-like structures that can become friable and then airborne in dust, waiting to be inhaled and settle deep in your lungs. No, not...

No One is Safe from Asbestos

Asbestos is easy to forget about. If you do not work with materials that contain asbestos, you could believe that it is no longer a problem at all. You could think that it was banned decades ago and that there are only a few older workers from industrial plants, shipyards...