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$4 Million Asbestos Project Begun at Billings Courthouse

A $4 million project to remove asbestos has begun at the former federal courthouse in downtown Billings, Montana, and will take 8 months to complete. […]

Montana State University Receives $18k for Asbestos Research

Montana State University (MSU) received $18k for asbestos research as part of a $190k grant to increase quality healthcare. […]

Herkimer Glory Days Site To Receive EPA’s Superfund Assistance

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) plans to assist Herkimer Glory Days site with asbestos cleanup at zero cost to taxpayers. […]

EPA To Model A Fire In W.R. Grace Asbestos Mine Site

A joint effort between the EPA and U.S. Forest Service will result in a model fire being conducted in the W.R. Grace mine site. […]

Asbestos Findings Delay Aluminum Plant Demolition In Montana

Demolition of an aluminum plant in Columbia Falls, MT will take six months longer due to more asbestos findings than originally expected. […]

EPA Wrapping Up Involvement At Libby Superfund Site

The EPA is working on wrapping up its involvement at the Libby Asbestos Superfund site in Montana. […]

University of Montana Building’s Asbestos Abatement On Hold Until 2017

A University of Montana building needs asbestos removed from it, but administration won’t follow through until state funds are requested in 2017. […]

15-Year Asbestos Saga in Libby Provokes Governor to Send Letter to EPA

After Libby Residents Wait 15 Years for Toxicity Test Results, Montana Governor Sends Letter to EPA […]

Chemical Company W. R. Grace’s Reorganization Plan Sets Up $4 Billion in Trusts for Victims of Asbestos Exposure

W. R. Grace Emerges After Twelve-Year Bankruptcy Protection […]

Is There a Reasonable Exit Strategy for the EPA in Asbestos-Riddled Libby?

Results of Three Studies Will Determine the Future of the EPA in Libby […]

Australia Sees Rise in James Hardie Asbestos Claims

Many have likened building materials maker Hardie to Libby, Montana’s W.R. Grace and Company, whose vermiculite has already killed more than 400 and sickened a few thousand more […]

New Proposed Clean-up Standards for Libby Asbestos Tougher than Ever

An updated standard proposed by the EPA imposes a rigorous benchmark that delights some and has the asbestos industry worrying about exorbitant costs. […]

Libby Residents Concerned about Asbestos in Landfill

Locals have been waiting for months to find out if the Troy Landfill is contaminated with asbestos. […]