A fine totaling $65,000 was imposed on a property manager in Springfield over allegations that his company potentially exposed residents to asbestos fibers during renovations of a residential building, a WWLP article stated on February 5.
During a renovation of a multi-family establishment in Agawam, NI Management was accused of improperly dumping construction debris containing asbestos fibers, the Attorney General’s Office said. The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) reportedly discovered asbestos inside the establishment where children played and tenants did laundry. Company owner Wei Qiang Ni allegedly worked with his spouse to improperly dispose of debris near the building. Qiang Ni agreed to pay the penalty imposed on his company.
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