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Mesothelioma Rates are Rising

Posted on January 16, 2018
Researchers are perplexed why asbestos exposure is lowering but younger groups are continuing to suffer asbestos-related medical issues. In fact, mesothelioma diagnosis rates increased from

Claire’s Makeup Recalled Due to Asbestos

Posted on January 10, 2018
Claire’s, the accessory and cosmetic giant, which targets a younger age group recalled their makeup after a concerned parent paid for independent testing of glitter
Currently, Maryland law only allows workers or families 20 years to file a claim of illness or death from asbestos exposure. However, the Maryland Court
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After spending almost 9 months and close to $2 million, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) said their asbestos cleanup project failed. For 16 years, the
The city administrator and fire chief in Marion, South Carolina face criminal charges for knowingly exposing staff, volunteer workers and community members to cancer-causing asbestos.
New study links Off-Road Vehicles (ORVs) use to asbestos exposure. Researchers were concerned with deposits located along the Appalachian Mountains and ranges in the West
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The Pinelands Regional School District in New Jersey closed last month after a massive roof renovation project disturbed asbestos. Authorities found asbestos in an air
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New York Judge Eileen Bransten ruled that the insurance company, American Home Assurance Co. must pay the claims. These stem from hundreds of workers who
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Cleanup has started in Sonoma and Marin counties after widespread wildfires damaged a large percentage of the area. However, now concerns are growing as cleanup
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Imported Asbestos Doubled in the U.S.

Posted on November 21, 2017
New data from the Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission shows the amount of raw asbestos imported to the U.S. nearly doubled

Montana Accused of Illegally Dumping Asbestos

Posted on November 21, 2017
Is your state illegally dumping asbestos, too? Ingraham Environmental of Butte is suing the Montana Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) for failing to enforce the

New Bill in Congress to Ban Asbestos

Posted on November 21, 2017
Right now, U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley introduced a bill called the Alan Reinstein Ban Asbestos Now Act of 2017. This is the sixth attempt at

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