Building gets new exam for asbestos

Health and environmental officials are reopening their investigation into a North Portland building used for processing asbestos-contaminated vermiculite from Libby, Mont.

The former Vermiculite Northwest facility, 2303 N. Harding St., processed approximately 190,000 tons of vermiculite mined in Libby into fireproof materials, insulation and garden products from the 1940s to the early 1990s.

News Source: Portland Tribune  |  Published: June 24, 2004  |  Read Full Story

 

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