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Kentucky park renovation halted after asbestos discovery

A renovation of the pavilion at Cherokee Park in Louisville, Kentucky, has uncovered asbestos in the structure’s roof shingles. This is expected to delay the project by several months.

Hogan’s Fountain Pavilion is an iconic area of the park, and nearly $45,000 was set aside to renovate the area. Unfortunately, the cost of the asbestos abatement adds up to an estimated $28,000 on top of the original amount.

Officials were obtaining bids on the project when the asbestos was found. Now, those campaigning for the renovation have to attempt to raise the additional funds.

If you or a loved one has asbestos in your home or office and would like to learn more about the dangers of asbestos exposure, contact us today or visit our site at http://www.mesothelioma-asbestoshelp.org/.

Buckingham palace may have asbestos issue

A report has recently been released that shows that there is an asbestos issue at Buckingham palace.

According to officials, asbestos was found in multiple areas including  the ducts underneath the floor in the south wing and this removal project is underway. The estimated cost for this is one million pounds.

It has been stated that the entire removal project will take nearly 20 years. The oldest area of the palace were built in the 1700s, but some areas were replaced after a World War II bomb destroyed parts. This was before asbestos was a known carcinogen.

Asbestos is the primary cause of certain aggressive cancers such as mesothelioma, contact us if you have been exposed to asbestos and would like to learn more.

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