April 29, 2004

Frist, Daschle launch new talks on asbestos

Despite bipartisan concerns that forcing a vote would be counterproductive, Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) and Minority Leader Tom Daschle (D-S.D.) have agreed to launch a new round of negotiations on the key issues holding up the legislation.

News Source: The Hill  |  Published: April 29, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Federal-Mogul Says Asbestos Fund Plan Unfair

Southfield, Michigan-based Federal-Mogul said its planned payment was unjust considering other companies, such as Halliburton Co., had larger asbestos liabilities. It asked that its proposed contribution be reduced.

News Source: Reuters  |  Published: April 29, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Halliburton posts loss as asbestos charge weighs

The asbestos charge, which totaled $141 million in the quarter, is part of $2 billion settlement awaiting approval by a bankruptcy court judge. KBR, formerly called Kellogg Brown & Root, filed for bankruptcy in December to resolve the asbestos claims, and hopes to have the issue settled by the end of the year.

News Source: Reuters  |  Published: April 29, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos continues to take deadly toll

Over the next three months, the Duncan man learned that the asbestos fibres he inhaled on the job in his late teens or early 20s had finally detonated inside his lungs. By the end of the year, the 54-year-old father of two teenage daughters was dead from a rare, lethal form of lung cancer -- one of 70 people who died in B.C. in 2003 from a disease they contracted on the job.

News Source: Canada.com  |  Published: April 29, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 26, 2004

Asbestos turns neighborhood into nightmare

For residents of North Ridge Estates, spring arrived with all the familiar signs -- melting snow, blooming flowers and shards of asbestos knifing up through the earth.

The families of this wooded subdivision say that when they moved in they didn't know the developer had buried tons of asbestos-laden debris here and left more on their land.

News Source: OregonLive.com  |  Published: April 26, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Judge dismisses claims in asbestos suit

Columbiana County Common Pleas Court Judge David Tobin issued the rulings Monday, siding with defendant 3M Company and dismissing the claims of John Dermotta, Samuel Birch and Donald Dailey, who all claimed they became ill from asbestos exposure at their work place, Eljer's of Salem.

News Source: Review Online  |  Published: April 26, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 23, 2004

Arkansas lawmakers see compromise for asbestos bill

WASHINGTON -- Although one effort to devise compensation for victims of asbestos failed on Thursday, Arkansas senators said they believed Congress still might be able to find a system that will aid people made sick by the toxic fibers while protecting companies from financially ruinous claims.

News Source: Arkansas News Bureau  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos legislation falls apart in the Senate

The $124 billion bill, which was written by Senate Republicans with comment from the asbestos and insurance industries, fell far short of the 60 votes needed to end the debate. The vote was 50-47.

News Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos cloture vote fails

Efforts to pass an asbestos compensation trust fund failed in the Senate Thursday when a cloture motion fell 10 votes short of the 60 votes needed to end debate.

News Source: The Hill  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Baucus can't slow asbestos bill

After his effort to strengthen a provision guaranteeing special treatment for Libby residents was rejected on Thursday, Montana Democratic Sen. Max Baucus voted to block work on a bill to establish a trust fund to compensate asbestos victims.

News Source: Helena Independent Record  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization Applauds US Senate for Rejecting S. 2290

WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--April 22, 2004--Organization Calls for Independent Commission to Determine Fair Funding Levels for Potential National Asbestos Compensation Fund

The Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization (ADAO), an organization dedicated to serving as the voice of asbestos victims, today praised the United States Senate for rejecting S. 2290.

ADAO has been meeting with legislators to share victims' concerns about S. 2290 and is calling for an independent commission to determine fair funding levels. According to ADAO, the bill has numerous inequities - including inadequate compensation, awards not based on the merits of individual cases, no opt-out clause ensuring a person's right to file a lawsuit, debts against the value of insurance coverage, and more.

"We applaud the United States Senate for rejecting S. 2290 in today's session," said Linda Reinstein, Executive Director, Asbestos Disease Awareness Organization. "This bill does not fairly represent asbestos victims and we look forward to continuing to work with Congress to help find the right solution."

News Source: Business Wire  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Bush forced to cover World Trade Center health claims

Cancer resulting from exposure to asbestos, for example, does not develop for 10 to 15 years. And while the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), under the direct orders of the National Security Council headed by Condoleezza Rice, consistently denied the presence of dangerous levels of asbestos in the air around the WTC site, it has since admitted that more than 25 percent of the bulk dust samples collected before September 18, 2001, showed the presence of asbestos above the 1 percent benchmark.

News Source: World Socialist Web Site  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

State environmental officials find asbestos violations

State environmental officials found 174 asbestos violations during a sting operation of contractors and property owners and levied more than $1.2 million in fines as a result.

News Source: Herald Tribune  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Health Canada Issues Advisory About Vermiculite Insulation

The insulation, which was used in Canada until the mid-1980s, and sold primarily under er the brand name of Zonolite, may contain asbestos. When fibres from asbestos are in the air people breath, they can cause lung cancer or other serious respiratory illnesses. While not all vermiculite insulation contains asbestos, it's best to assume the worst and take precautions if you have it in your home.

News Source: Realty Times  |  Published: April 23, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 20, 2004

Proposed Asbestos Fund Divides Victims

With a potential payout of $114 billion, they regard the bill as a bailout for asbestos producers and their insurers, and "an outrageous attack on the rights of asbestos victims, leaving them without the help they need while shutting them out of the legal system," said Jeff Blum, executive director of USAction, an advocacy group on the lawyers' side.

News Source: Washington Post  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

White House backs Senate GOP bill for asbestos trust fund

The White House on Monday threw its support behind a Senate Republican bill to settle the nation's mass of asbestos injury suits by creating a $124 billion trust fund to compensate victims over 27 years.

News Source: Star Tribune  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos fund is likely to be election-year issue

More than 50,000 tons of asbestos-laden vermiculite from a Montana mine was shipped to Utah over the past 45 years, and environmental watchdogs are recommending that people who worked at or lived nearby the delivery points get a health checkup.

News Source: The Salt Lake Tribune  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos: Workers told to contact union

Former workers at an asbestos-hit factory are being urged to contact their union so details can be placed on a database being prepared for possible health claims.

News Source: EDP24 News  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Health officials studying workers for possible asbestos contamination

Workers at a former building insulation plant in St. Louis were unknowingly exposed to asbestos, and city, state and federal agencies are trying to determine if the exposure damaged their health, officials said Friday.

News Source: AP Wire  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos-contaminated waste dumped near Yuma

More than 1,100 bags containing asbestos-contaminated waste were found illegally dumped southwest of Yuma.

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality workers spent several days this week containing the area and preparing for removal of the waste.

News Source: Arizona Republic  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

State workers fall ill during asbestos work

Employees in the State Office Building in Lihu'e are concerned after learning that an asbestos-removal project is coinciding with several workers' complaints of respiratory symptoms.

News Source: Honolulu Advertiser  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Bruce Vento's widow will appear in anti-asbestos ads

Susan Vento, who married the 24-year congressman shortly before his death from asbestos-related cancer in 2000, in the ad denounces efforts to set up a $114 billion industry fund for tens of thousands of asbestos victims - an action that would also bar lawsuits against asbestos firms. The ads were sponsored by U.S. Action, a liberal group, and were airing in Washington.

News Source: TwinCities.com  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos trust begins paying compensation to sufferers of disease

In terms of the deed for the trust that was set up last June, it was not permitted to make any payments for six months, other than interim payments to people dying of mesothelioma - a cancer of the lining of the lungs caused exclusively by blue asbestos.

News Source: Business Report  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Workers may have asbestos exposure

Workers at a former building insulation plant in St. Louis were unknowingly exposed to asbestos, and city, state and federal agencies are trying to determine whether the exposure damaged their health, officials said Friday.

News Source: News-Leader.com  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

GOP Pushes Trust Fund for Asbestos Victims

Republicans started a congressional push Monday for creation of a billion-dollar asbestos trust fund in a deal that would give companies immunity from asbestos-related lawsuits. Opponents and even some supporters said that would not work and that the measure had little chance of passage.

News Source: Guardian Unlimited  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Delco man remembered at walk-athon

Local organizers of the Mesothelioma Walk, set for April 25 in Harrisburg, hope to increase awareness of the disease, plus raise funds for research.

A group of participants from Delaware County are also participating in memory of friend/family member Barney Harahan.

News Source: Daily Times  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Lilly Expects Alimta Advisory Committee Review For Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer sNDA

Lilly expects its supplemental NDA for Alimta in second-line, non-small cell lung cancer will be the subject of an advisory committee meeting this year, Investor Relations Manager Heidi Straub said April 19.

News Source: FDA Advisory Committee  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Burglars warned of asbestos risk

Burglars who broke into a former social club in West Bromwich are being urged to seek medical advice as they may have come into contact with blue asbestos.

News Source: BBC News  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Madison County's court system

"About 25 percent of all asbestos cases nationwide in which the plaintiff suffers from mesothelioma are filed in Madison County," Bell told more than 125 students, lawyers and reporters during a panel discussion on the topic. "How is it that one small county in one state is home to one-quarter of all mesothelioma cases filed in the United States?" Mesothelioma is a lung cancer caused by asbestos exposure.

News Source: Illinois Leader  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Senate Republicans to Offer Asbestos Bill Tuesday

U.S. Senate Republicans will bring to the floor on Tuesday a bill establishing a fund of up to $124 billion to compensate asbestos victims, but the chief sponsor said he feared Democrats would try to block the measure.

News Source: Reuters  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

450 to lose jobs when asbestos mine closes

About 450 miners are expected to lose their jobs in Black Lake, near Thetford Mines, a city of about 17,000 located 80 kilometres south of Quebec City.

News Source: CBC News  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos Lawsuits Contagious

An avalanche of asbestos lawsuits, many filed by people who are not extremely sick, is overwhelming courts and threatening companies even though the cancer-causing substance has not been widely used in the United States for almost 30 years.

News Source: CBS News  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Firms Settle Asbestos Suits

A cancer survivor and the widows of two men who died of cancer reached out-of-court settlements this week of their lawsuits charging that the men became sick as a result of breathing asbestos fibers when they worked in the Fisher Scientific Co. plant along Indian Springs Road in White Township.

News Source: Indiana Printing & Publishing  |  Published: April 20, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 14, 2004

Asbestos bill will fail, says author Hatch

Senate Judiciary Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) said the latest effort to pass asbestos litigation reform, which he introduced last week and is scheduled for consideration when the Senate returns from Easter recess, "probably" won't receive enough Democratic votes to succeed. He added that sometimes you "have to lose to win."

News Source: The Hill  |  Published: April 14, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Business found guilty of exporting asbestos without the required permits

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) reported today that Lab Chrysotile Inc. pleaded guilty in the Court of Thetford Mines of offences under the Export and Import Permits Act. Lab Chrysotile was fined $25,000.

News Source: CNW Telbec  |  Published: April 14, 2004  |  Read Full Story

County to submit asbestos plan

The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is asking the county to submit a plan to make sure potentially hazardous asbestos is handled properly at the landfill.

News Source: Tallahassee Democrat  |  Published: April 14, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos alert over closed plant in Spokane

Former employees of a long-defunct insulation manufacturing plant in Spokane likely inhaled potentially deadly asbestos fibers and should seek advice from a doctor, the state Department of Health says.

News Source: SEATTLE POST-INTELLIGENCER  |  Published: April 14, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 12, 2004

Senate bill would aid Libby victims up to a point

WASHINGTON - Libby residents who have asbestos-related diseases would be compensated under a bill that Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist has vowed to bring up after Congress returns from its weeklong Easter break.

News Source: Billings Gazzette  |  Published: April 12, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos appeal rejected

TOKYO - The Japanese Supreme Court on Thursday rejected an appeal by former Japanese shipyard workers contracted to Yokosuka Naval Base who developed asbestos-related lung problems.

News Source: Stars & Stripes  |  Published: April 12, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Camp St. Mary's work postponed by asbestos

Dormitories containing asbestos still are standing at the Camp St. Mary's site in Okatie. The former Catholic summer camp, which Beaufort County plans to turn into a park, remains unchanged five months after renovations were scheduled to begin.

News Source: Island Packet Online  |  Published: April 12, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Monitor, exec face charges: Asbestos crisis

They allegedly violated the federal Clean Air Act by improperly handling asbestos -- failing to wet it during removal, not carefully lowering it to the floor, failing to dispose of it in a wet condition sealed in a leak-tight container and not depositing it as soon as practical in a waste disposal site.

News Source: Fort Morgan Times  |  Published: April 12, 2004  |  Read Full Story

9/11 Blunders Left Workers, Residents Literally in the Dust

In the months following the collapse of the Center, the EPA helped clean some 4,000 apartments in the area through a voluntary program. However, tens of thousands of other sites, including offices and schools, have never been officially checked for toxins like asbestos, mercury and lead.

News Source: Inter Press Service  |  Published: April 12, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 08, 2004

Senators Try Again with Asbestos Bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Senate Republicans said they would try again to reform the asbestos litigation system with a reworked proposal introduced on Wednesday, but acknowledged they faced an uphill battle.

News Source: Reuters  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Insurers Note Encouragement with Advancement of Federal Asbestos Litigation Reform Legislation

Asbestos litigation reform legislation introduced Wednesday by Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-Tenn.) and Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) represents a significant step forward in the effort to address the concerns of victims as well as the business community, according to the American Insurance Association (AIA). However, AIA will reportedly continue pushing for further, meaningful improvements to the bill as Senate debate approaches.

News Source: Insurance Journal  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Hardie shielded dividends from asbestos claims

James Hardie's right to retain almost $600 million received in dividends and other payments from its main asbestos cement subsidiary has been questioned at a government inquiry.

News Source: Sydney Morning Herald  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Federal Charges Filed In Fort Morgan Asbestos Case

DENVER -- Two Colorado men faced federal charges Thursday in connection with asbestos removal at Fort Morgan High School in 1999.

Joseph John Cannella, 41, of Arvada, was arrested Thursday morning. An arrest warrant was issued for Steven Douglas Herron, 55, of Aurora.

News Source: thedenverchannel.com  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Upheaval, fear over asbestos unsettle apartment dwellers in Magnolia

In the dusty job of cutting through walls and ceilings to install new plumbing, workers took none of the precautions required for materials containing asbestos, potentially endangering the 60 or so residents - and themselves.

News Source: Seattle Times  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Crackdown on asbestos under way

The state Department of Environmental Protection is cracking down on illegal asbestos disposal, starting with a $108,000 fine slapped on a Quincy business owner for abandoning two leased box trailers full of asbestos in Middleboro and 15, 55-gallon drums of hazardous waste in a truck in Wareham.

News Source: Enterprise  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Old Hospital Has Costly Asbestos Problem for Silver City, N.M.

Recent inspections by the state Environmental Department turned up more asbestos within the structure, as well as several other undisclosed issues that may need to be addressed, Town Manager Alex Brown said. Brown said no definite decisions have been made and the city was waiting to hear from the Environmental Department as to the specifics of the cleanup and how it would need to be conducted.

News Source: Miami Herald  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

EPA Misled 9-11 Crisis Responders on Health Dangers

Even as the White House scrambles to defend its handling of the terrorist attacks of Sep. 11, 2001, the poisonous gas and dust unleashed by the disaster continue to settle in the lungs of thousands of recovery workers and New York City residents.

News Source: Inter Press Service  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Center to study illnesses linked to Montana Mine

Karmanos Cancer Center is launching a comprehensive medical program to study the effects of asbestos-related cancers linked to contaminated vermiculite from a Montana mine.

News Source: KTVQ  |  Published: April 8, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 06, 2004

Asbestos Issues; A Luncheon Briefing

With current legislation pending in Congress on asbestos, the American Academy of Actuaries will sponsor a luncheon briefing breaking down this complex issue. Highlights include an update on the Academy monograph "Overview of Asbestos Issues and Trends." Topics addressed include the overall asbestos problem, stakeholder issues and the number of claimants filing lawsuits, and the link of asbestos to malignant diseases.

News Source: PR Newswire  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Karmanos to study asbestos-cancer from vermiculite exposure

Thousands of workers at vermiculite mines in Libby, Montana have become ill or died from asbestos-related diseases, and doctors at Karmanos said they were prompted to form the Center for Vermiculite and Asbestos-Related Diseases after learning that a Dearborn factory had processed more than 3 million pounds of the mines' mineral for insulation and fireproofing.

News Source: Detroit Free Press  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Dockyard workers exposed to asbestos

HALIFAX -- As many as 23 dockyard workers in Halifax were exposed to asbestos onboard a navy supply ship after the military failed to warn the shipyard about the presence of the hazardous material. The incident took place in February, a few weeks after HMCS Preserver began what's expected to be an 11-month refit, said Mary Keith, a spokesperson for the yard's owners, J.D. Irving.

News Source: London Free Press  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Japanese asbestos cases may cost U.S. millions

YOKOSUKA NAVAL BASE, Japan - The United States owes Japan potentially millions of dollars in judgments and settlements for former naval base shipyard workers who developed asbestos-related lung diseases, Japanese officials say.

News Source: Stars and Stripes  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Testing firms contend they are not practicing medicine

In a lawsuit filed in Albuquerque, N.M., Day's family contended that the company, owned by Mobile businessman Charles Foster, was practicing medicine when it tested Day and other workers for asbestos-related lung disease.

News Source: al.com  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Man with slides: Asbestos is the bestos, three cheers

Barry Castleman, a leading expert on asbestos, told the crowd of the widespread detrimental effects of asbestos in countries around the globe as part of the Presidential Lecture Series. His lecture, titled "The International Struggle Over Asbestos," marked the beginning of a series of events in Missoula and Libby that focus on asbestos. The series will run until July and includes lectures, a symposium, art shows and films. It is called "Landscape of Asbestos: Libby and Beyond."

News Source: Montana Kaimin  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Oriskany going to Florida

The Oriskany will still spend about six months parked at Texas Docks & Rail in Corpus Christi, where oily solvents will be drained and asbestos removed from hundreds of tanks and bilge compartments.

News Source: Corpus Christi Caller-Times  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Hearing told of early tip on asbestos cash

The four men who signed up in February 2001 as directors of a charitable trust to pay asbestos compensation received "crystal clear" advance warnings that a downturn in investment markets could deplete the funds available for victims of dust diseases, an inquiry into the trust heard yesterday.

News Source: Sydney Morning Herald  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Asbestos may delay demolition of old Hillcrest Hospital

Plans to demolish the former Hillcrest Hospital may be delayed until environmental specialists determine if asbestos found in the 67-year-old building needs to be removed.

News Source: Silver City Daily Press  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Factory blaze sparks asbestos fears

Dozens of residents were told to stay indoors and shut doors and windows when a blaze at a disused factory in Kidderminster sparked an asbestos alert today.

News Source: Express & Star  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Students Return To School Closed By Asbestos Scare

Sunday officials conducting tests found no evidence of asbestos in the air and said it was safe for the students to return.

News Source: wnbc.com  |  Published: April 6, 2004  |  Read Full Story

April 02, 2004

Ottawa on trail of asbestos in Indian homes

Ottawa - The federal government has begun combing through tens of thousands of construction records on Canadian Indian reserves to identify homes containing an asbestos-contaminated insulation linked to cancer.

News Source: Globe and Mail  |  Published: April 2, 2004  |  Read Full Story

State looks into removal of flooring

BEEVILLE - The Texas Department of Health is investigating whether more than 16,000 square feet of asbestos-laced flooring was removed without state surveying, permits and proper safety precautions from a building that Bee County and Workforce-1 both plan to lease for office space.

News Source: Corpus Christi Caller-Times  |  Published: April 2, 2004  |  Read Full Story

EPA stops Main St. demolition in Wellsville

WELLSVILLE - The Ohio EPA last week halted private demolition of an old commercial structure located at 1513 Main Street and cited the owner with failure to provide notification of possible asbestos contamination at the site.

News Source: The Review  |  Published: April 2, 2004  |  Read Full Story

UNC recovers 2 containers of missing waste

UNC officials say the toxic materials in the P-traps, as well as asbestos and other materials, were put into the containers before Gabriel's firm began its work. The officials say the containers were then put in an isolated part of the building, and Gabriel's workers and others on the job site were instructed not to go near them.

News Source: Herald Sun  |  Published: April 2, 2004  |  Read Full Story

Panel Is Split on Ways to Retest Air in Homes Near Ground Zero

Time after time during the all-day hearing at the old Customs House on Bowling Green, residents, community organizers and panel members questioned the way the original cleanup had been handled by the E.P.A. And they asked what could be done to ease the concerns of thousands of people whose apartments were contaminated by the dust, which contained asbestos, lead, mercury and other hazardous elements.

News Source: New York Times  |  Published: April 2, 2004  |  Read Full Story

 

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