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Man admits to violating asbestos removal laws

A man from Pittsford has admitted to violating asbestos removal laws and he has recently plead guilty in front of a federal court.

According to court records, the 38-year-old man violated the Clean Air standards when he was supervising a Irondequoit renovation project.

The man allegedly hired a contractor to remove the asbestos from pipes in the building, but the man was not licensed to do so. The court records show that the man knew that there was asbestos in the in building that needed to be removed.

Violating asbestos removal procedure is not only illegal, but it can put civilians nearby at risk. Asbestos can cause many asbestos-related diseases including a rare lung cancer, mesothelioma. If you or a loved one has been exposed to asbestos and would like to learn more about it. Contact us or visit our website today at

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