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Oregon Home Asbestos Demolition Laws Becoming Stricter

Oregon's asbestos laws regarding home asbestos demolition are becoming stricter per the passing of Senate Bill 705.

ADAO Recognizes U.S. Senate For Its Reform Of TSCA

ADAO recognizes the U.S. Senate for its reform of TSCA to officially categorize asbestos as a high-priority chemical.

Maine's Forester Mill Asbestos Cleanup Estimates Are In

Two options have been proposed for the Forester Mill's environmental cleanup, ranging from $900,000 to $1.8 million.

Jimmy Carter Credits Keytruda With Making Him Cancer-Free

Jimmy Carter credits the drug Keytruda for making his cancer tumors completely vanish.

Analysis Shows Skyrocketing Asbestos-Related Deaths In East Texas

A recent analysis reveals the rate for asbestos-related deaths in eight counties of East Texas are much higher than the state and national averages.

John Stewart Discusses Zadroga Act On The Daily Show

John Stewart discussed the Zadroga Act on The Daily Show, which protects 9/11 first responders who became sick with lung cancers post-Ground Zero clean up.

EPA Wrapping Up Involvement At Libby Superfund Site

The EPA is working on wrapping up its involvement at the Libby Asbestos Superfund site in Montana.

Asbestos Scare After A Georgia Plant Set Fire

Asbestos has become a major concern for people surrounding the E.T. Barwick Mills plant, which recently set fire with huge gas explosions.

3M Faces A Consolidated Asbestos Suit

Several cases are pending against 3M, alleging the company's respirators could have done more to protect the six workers who died from asbestos exposure.

Leaked Nevada State Emails Downplay I-11 Asbestos Study

Nevada State Health Department emails show its high-ranking officials purposefully downplayed scientific asbestos research on the I-11 bypass project.

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July 31, 2017
The Davis Center at the University of Vermont

ASTM Johnson Conference

“The Johnson Conference has served as a forum for the discussion of asbestos issues. The conference will consist of 9 sessions including information on medical research, sampling exposure assessment, regulatory perspectives, legal aspects, and more. To learn more about attending, please visit the event's page below. ”


9/1/2017
Fleet Feet Sports Maine Running, Portland, ME

Kick Out Mesothelioma 5-Miler & 2.5 Mile Walk

“In memory of John W. Griffin (1941-2003), a pipefitter, Navy veteran, & City Councilor who passed away in 2003 after a 1 month diagnosis of cancer, including mesothelioma. All proceeds will benefit the Mesothelioma Applied Research Foundation. Please visit the event's page below for more information.”