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Candia taxpayers foot the bill for illegally dumped asbestos - The Union Leader

The Union LeaderCandia taxpayers foot the bill for illegally dumped asbestosThe Union LeaderCANDIA – Selectmen are still adding up the big bill for the town to get rid of a box of asbestos-laden building materials that someone dropped off in the woods. Preliminary estimates put the price tag around $1,800, but selectmen are awaiting ...and more » ...Read More

The US Environmental Protection Agency to Remove Asbestos from New York Factory - Insurance Journal

The US Environmental Protection Agency to Remove Asbestos from New York FactoryInsurance JournalGoing forward, the EPA will demolish the buildings, and asbestos-containing materials will be either removed or secured at the site and disposed of properly at permitted facilities. The air will also be monitored during operations to ensure that ...and more » ...Read More

Europe Worried TTIP Agreement Will Relax Asbestos Ban - Asbestos.com

Asbestos.comEurope Worried TTIP Agreement Will Relax Asbestos BanAsbestos.comCritics of a proposed free trade agreement between the United States and the European Union believe the deal would undermine the asbestos ban that has existed in the EU since 2005. The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, also known as ...Don't be fooled by CETA: It's a wolf in sheep's clothingEurActivall 282 news articles » ...Read More

Asbestos importation: push for Senate inquiry wins cross-party support - The Guardian

The GuardianAsbestos importation: push for Senate inquiry wins cross-party supportThe GuardianACTU assistant secretary, Michael Borowick, told Guardian Australia “you can import asbestos with impunity – that's why it's turning up”. He cited the fact only three entities had been prosecuted for importing asbestos since 2003 and fined the “pitiful ...and more » ...Read More

Asbestos found in College Ave apartments - Wheaton Record

Wheaton RecordAsbestos found in College Ave apartmentsWheaton RecordThree two-person apartments in the College Avenue complex have been occupied by contractors instead of students since the beginning of this school year, when asbestos fibers were discovered inside the units. As one of four campus-owned apartment ...and more » ...Read More

Eighth annual Miles for Meso 5K raises $40000 for Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization - RiverBender.com

RiverBender.comEighth annual Miles for Meso 5K raises $40000 for Asbestos Disease Awareness OrganizationRiverBender.comALTON - The 8th Annual Miles for Meso 5K and 3K Fun Run and Walk did its job in one of the best ways possible: raise awareness for mesothelioma, a terrible and rare type of cancer caused by asbestos, and have a great time while doing so. In the race ... ...Read More

Asbestos risk 'scare' claims downplayed - The Mercury

The MercuryAsbestos risk 'scare' claims downplayedThe MercuryBut he did not believe anything further needed to be done in the wake of asbestos concerns raised this week by the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union and Civil Contractors in relation to building waste, recycled as construction fill on ... ...Read More

Machinist's Family Gets New Shot at Asbestos Case - Courthouse News Service

Machinist's Family Gets New Shot at Asbestos CaseCourthouse News Service(CN) — The Ninth Circuit vacated a summary judgment award in favor of two asbestos-laden product manufacturers accused of causing a Navy machinist's lung disease and death. Robert Dale Gottschall worked as a marine machinist for the U.S. Navy, Army ... ...Read More

Sen. Boxer: EPA Should Include Asbestos in Top Priorities - Asbestos.com

Asbestos.comSen. Boxer: EPA Should Include Asbestos in Top PrioritiesAsbestos.comSelecting the 10 most dangerous chemicals in the U.S. is the first order of business under the recently strengthened arm of the Environmental Protection Agency. “EPA must consider all forms of asbestos in this initial list of chemicals it acts on,” U.S ... ...Read More

New Bedford landlord to pay $100000 for asbestos violations - SouthCoastToday.com

SouthCoastToday.comNew Bedford landlord to pay $100000 for asbestos violationsSouthCoastToday.comNEW BEDFORD — A landlord who owns and operates dozens of buildings in the city will pay up to $100,000 to settle allegations by the state Attorney General's Office that he allowed contractors to do illegal asbestos work on four New Bedford homes he ... ...Read More