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Asbestos removal process complete at Piketon plant

An asbestos removal process has now been finished at a Department of Energy plant in Piketon.

The dry air plant in the X-333 Process Building used to be a gas diffusion plant and the asbestos was removed as a part of a decontamination effort. Before it was determined that asbestos materials could be dangerous for a person’s health, it was used in building products across the country.

If asbestos is undisturbed, it it not  a safety concern, but because many of the buildings at the site may be part of a large demolition project, the asbestos had to be removed to protect the safety of the environment and those working in it. Officials with the DOE have stated that several similar removal projects are underway at this time.

If you or a loved one has been exposed to disturbed asbestos and would like to learn more about this known carcinogen, contact us or visit our web site today for more information

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