By Leah Beth Ward Yakima Herald-Republic SELAH — Deborah and Scott Hanna were doing what lots of people do in the spring: They began a home-improvement project and started with a bedroom ceiling. Ugh. “It was so dirty,” Deborah Hanna said.
Author: Jimmy Atkinson Mesothelioma is a rare cancer that attacks the body’s mesothelial cells around the organs. The mesothelium provides a protective membranous lining for the internal organs and allows moving organs (i. e.
From LA Times Asbestos was used in scores of home materials during the 20th century, but there was a cost. By Arrol Gellner, Inman News October 1, 2006 Over a century ago, American builders began using a remarkable mineral product. Being mined from a type of serpentine rock, it was natural, abundant and easy to produce, yet its unique properties made it almost limitlessly useful.
by Bend Weekly News Sources Companies appeal penalties The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) has issued a $7,200 penalty to WHM Enterprises, LLC, of Bend, the owner of a 10-unit apartment complex, for allowing unlicensed persons to perform an asbestos abatement project on property it owns at 502-508 S. W. Evergreen in Redmond.
MORE THAN A DOZEN DEFENDANTS PLEAD GUILTY TO VIOLATING ASBESTOS RULES; ONE INDICTED FOR NUMEROUS ALLEGATIONS OF WRONG-DOING
RELEASE DATE: 02/24/2000 (#00034) Albany, New York -- Daniel J. French, United States Attorney for the Northern District of New York and Jeanne M. Fox, Regional Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency, announced today the criminal convictions by guilty pleas of twelve individuals and two corporations in seven separate cases relating to widespread asbestos violations occurring throughout central and upstate New York.
Salvatore Napalitano and his company, ECCO Construction Inc. , both of Brooklyn, N. Y.
Gary Clinch was indicted on Dec. 2, by a grand jury in U. S.
Jerry L. Meide, owner of Meide and Son Inc. , of Wahpeton, N.
Eleven individuals have been charged in U. S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana with violating the Clean Air Act (CAA) by using false training documents to obtain licenses as asbestos workers in Louisiana.
Buddy Vernon Frazier of Chattanooga, Tenn. , pleaded guilty on Oct. 21, James Edward Bragg of Chicamauga, Ga.