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by Wendy Stackhouse · March 15, 2013

Friday Links: March 15, 2013

Time for some stories that don't rate an entire blog post but are worth a read!

Mold, Lead and Bacteria found in high school locker room. Sounds like they could use more than one of our services!

Living Green Magazine published an article on The Effects of Asbestos Exposure on Your Health. I'll give you a hint--they are not good!

Non-profit executives face jail time for violating the National Emissions Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants. They used high school students to remove asbestos from a training center, endangering their lives. The executives entered into a plea agreement which carries a 27 month sentence. Worth it? I don't think so.

A leaking roof at a Ventura County, California middle school causes concern over the presence of mold. They have had leaks before, but not as bad as this year and testing is now required. Hope they call us in to fix it!
Genetics are important in early diagnosis and treatment of mesothelioma, the type of lung cancer caused by exposure to asbestos.
We hope you have taken a moment to think about buying a raffle ticket for the Children's Guidance Center! Have a wonderful weekend!
Wendy Stackhouse is the Online Community Manager for Alliance Environmental Group and AirTek Indoor Air Solutions. We welcome your comments! For more news and tips or to ask questions of our experts, Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter! For updates on indoor air challenges, Like us at AirTek on Facebook!

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