Posts Tagged ‘ asbestos ’

April 1–7 is Asbestos Awareness Week

Mar 28th, 2014 | By

April 1–7 is Asbestos Awareness Week. Please join me in spreading hope and be a voice for the victims. For more on this story, visit: Dying to be Heard | Be a Voice for the Victims.



Dealing with Connecticut brownfield sites is costly, time consuming for towns

Sep 16th, 2012 | By

Nearly every Connecticut community is laced with sites tainted by contaminants like lead, mercury, asbestos, PCBs, or petroleum.These sites, mostly vacant and abandoned, were once bustling gun, textile or hat mills, car repair shops — even the neighborhood dry cleaners. For more on this story, visit: Dealing with Connecticut brownfield sites is costly, time consuming

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Meeting to focus on English Station demolition plans? in New Haven

Aug 20th, 2011 | By

NEW HAVEN — Work to demolish the mothballed English Station has been halted so owners of the power plant, the demolition company and city officials can come to an agreement on whether the project can proceed. Read more here: Meeting to focus on English Station demolition plans? in New Haven- The New Haven Register –

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English Station power plant in New Haven to be demolished; owner mum on future

Aug 18th, 2011 | By

NEW HAVEN — Preliminary work is under way to tear down the mothballed English Station power plant, with demolition of the building scheduled to be completed early next year, according to a representative of the plant’s owner.



Massachusetts EPA Fugitive Arrested in D.R.

Nov 4th, 2010 | By

Nineteen months after she fled her federal sentencing hearing, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) fugitive Albania Deleon was captured on Saturday in the Dominican Republic.



Asbestos removal at Old Lyme High School starts

Aug 11th, 2010 | By

Old Lyme – Asbestos-abatement work began Monday at Lyme-Old Lyme High School and continues through Aug. 27. via The Day – Asbestos removal at Old Lyme High School starts | News from southeastern Connecticut.