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Marlborough Company Fined Up To $63k for Violating Asbestos Regulations

As per a news covered by the daily portal, Marlborough based company has been fined a hefty fee of $63k for violating asbestos regulations.  The case came to light when an asbestos and mold removal company named Soriano Environmental, Inc was fined $62, 640 for violating asbestos regulation. The fine has been imposed by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection. The detail of penalty has come according to which the penalty is levelled against the company on the basis of work the company performed on as many as three residential properties in Newton and Brookline. The above ruling came into force by the MassDEP press release from Tuesday. Earlier, the company had conducted a thorough review and came to know Soriano had completed the work of Asbestos abatement without bothering to fill the mandatory Asbestos Notification Form and fee. As per an update in this regard, the company removed more asbestos material which is basically an insulating mineral and also a known carci

Jackson Hires T&M Associates to Conduct Asbestos Survey at Rova Farms

Even though asbestos exposure can be dangerous, there are some firms that are neglecting the laws pertaining to the proper disposal of asbestos related products. In a latest episode of such case, Jackson Township Council (JTC) has now hired T&M Associates to properly conduct a survey meant for asbestos identification. As per an update, the survey will be conducted at the property situated at Rova Farms on Cassville Road. The hiring contract for the agency will be $9,650. It all decided in a meeting by the council members on May 25, 2021. The entire story started when Jackson officials (in 2019) purchased 34 acres of land at a whopping $600,000. It was located at 120 Cassville Road. Before the purchase by Jackson, the land was connected to Rova Farms situated in the Cassville section of Jackson. As per the Municipal office, the land was actually purchased for the sole purpose of preservation. Alexander Sauickie, the council has now come forward and said that last year in 20