Decades after it was proven to be a health hazard, asbestos persists in school buildings across the county. As a result, exposure to asbestos remains a concern for many parents and school staff.

In North Carolina’s Guilford County school district, work to remove asbestos is underway or
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Two Massachusetts contractors were each fined $32,100 by state environmental regulators for asbestos violations that released fibers of the toxic material into the air during demolition work at a local office park.

According to the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, the Massachusetts
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Approximately 11,000 VFW members and their families are set to converge on July 20-24 in Louisville, Ky., as the VFW kicks off its 114th National Convention.

Events planned include a Health Fair, exhibits, the Gold
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The Fourth of July is a time to celebrate all that makes our nation great. For most Americans, Independence Day is a time to gather with friends and family to enjoy parades, picnics, and fireworks.

But as you celebrate the joys of this important national holiday, take
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Despite widespread public perception to the contrary, asbestos – a deadly carcinogenic mineral – is still legal and still used in the United States.

As Sonya Lunder, senior analyst at the nonprofit Environmental Working Group (EWG) writes in a recent EnviroBlog post, this is a
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