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Asbestos detected inside high school auditorium in Orange Village

School officials in Pepper Pike, Ohio were recently informed that the auditorium at Orange High School, which the school board is currently renovating, contains asbestos, an August 11 article from cleveland.com reported.

Superintendent Ed Holland informed school officials of asbestos in the ceiling of the 40-year-old auditorium at the school. Upon detecting the hazardous material in the 8,800 square-foot building, reconstruction was ceased and will not resume until the asbestos removal process is complete and the area is certified by the EPA. Holland stated that they are fortunate that the asbestos was contained within the ceilings, thus keeping students and staff safe from its toxic properties.

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