Archives for: April 2017

Hartford School Officials Close School During Unexpected Asbestos Abatement Project

Posted on April 25, 2017 by

Nearly once a month we report on concerns of asbestos in public schools across the U.S.  In January, a Massachusetts school was faced with asbestos abatement issues after a fire. Now, a school in Connecticut had to close its doors… Keep Reading

Third Man Pleads Guilty to Cleveland Asbestos Violations

Posted on April 18, 2017 by

In a case dating back to 2012, a third man has pleaded guilty to demolishing a Cleveland building before removing asbestos. The man has been charged with violating the Clean Air Act by failing to remove asbestos prior to demolition… Keep Reading

Kingston Officials Mull Bids for Firehouse Asbestos Abatement Project, Use Coin Toss to Select Contract

Posted on April 11, 2017 by

Kingston, NY officials want to move forward with upgrading the city’s historic firehouse, but first, the asbestos in the basement must be removed. Now, officials are reviewing bids and they are hoping to keep the final costs as close to… Keep Reading

Mesothelioma Treatment Centers Top the “Best Hospitals” Rankings

Posted on April 5, 2017 by

US News & World Report has released its “Best Hospitals” rankings in the United States.  And once again, several hospitals known for offering specialty cancer care for mesothelioma patients have topped the list. To rank the best cancer hospitals, US… Keep Reading