Avoiding Lead Paint Health Problems

on November 15th, 2022
Lead paint has been a very real health risk for most people in the world for decades now. Millions of older buildings worldwide can potentially house large amounts of lead-based paint on the walls or other surfaces. Most notably, piping systems...

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Asbestos Superfund Cleanups

on October 14th, 2022
Asbestos exposure is a public health risk that can sometimes take on crisis-like proportions. Nowhere is this more evident than inside the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) asbestos superfund sites. What is Superfund? While the...

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Asbestos Risks for Firefighters

on September 15th, 2022
The risks of asbestos exposure have been known for quite a while now, and certain jobs have a high risk of exposure. Construction workers, industrial clean-up contractors, and others may regularly come into contact with asbestos. Firefighters...

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New EPA Asbestos Regulations

on August 15th, 2022
  With the release of the Asbestos Risk Evaluation Part 2, new regulations and policies have been put in place by the EPA to prevent potentially harmful asbestos exposure. While the new regulations won’t be finalized until 2024, many...

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EPA Asbestos Risk Evaluation Part 2

on July 15th, 2022
On June 29, 2022, the EPA released the finalized version of the Asbestos Risk Evaluation Part 2. Part 2 of the asbestos risk evaluation has been in the works since the EPA first released the Toxic Substance Control Act in 2016. A broader...

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Reducing Risks of Asbestos at Work Sites

on June 20th, 2022
Last month, we wrote about the health risks associated with asbestos exposure and how employers & property owners need to keep employees and contractors safe. (See...

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