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NM Environment Dept. Fines Contactor $817K Over Illegal Asbestos Disposal

Alleged dumping of asbestos in publicly accessible areas incited New Mexico Environment Department to propose $817,000 in penalties.

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NM Environment Dept. Fines Contactor $817K Over Illegal Asbestos Disposal

// West Palm Beach, FL, US // Legal News Reporter (Press Release) (Blog) // Sandra Quinlan
The New Mexico Environment Department ordered a Santa Fe contractor to pay $817,000 in penalties, over suspicions that large quantities of asbestos were illegally disposed of “in a high school Dumpster, at an auction yard, and at other publicly accessible locations.” Exposure to asbestos can leave individuals at risk of developing mesothelioma cancer. For asbestos and mesothelioma-related news and legal resources, please visit http://www.cooneyconway.com. Read the full story on: Illegal Asbestos Disposal Costs Contractor $817,000 Fine

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