Test Confirms Asbestos in Greenwood County Courthouse, Florida Asbestos Testing Company AGC Environmental Advises Early Inspection to Help Others Avoid Similar Problem

Greenwood County Courthouse was found to contain asbestos, said a report. In order to help others detect the same problem early, Florida asbestos testing advised the public to implement an immediate inspection for it.

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Those processes [Florida asbestos testing & Florida asbestos removal] and its other environmental health services, said the company, are all implemented by experts. It stated that their procedures follow the federal guidelines as well.

(PRWEB) March 10, 2014

Asbestos was discovered in Greenwood County Courthouse. But according to a report from indexjournal.com dated March 05, 2014, work already started to get it cleared. Meanwhile, to help others avoid the same problem, Florida asbestos testing company AGC Environmental advised an early inspection for the said fibrous mineral.

The report relayed that the asbestos was found out after a testing was implemented in the courthouse in January. It detailed that the result of it, which was released on February 26, detected the mineral's presence, particularly, in the building's ceiling tiles. And as it noted, some of it was also detected on its floor tiles and other locations in the courthouse.

In order to solve the problem and keep the employees safe, the report related that the County Council authorized the asbestos removal following the confirmation of the fiber's presence. However, it shared that acting county attorney Stephen Baggett Jr. said that the courthouse remains safe for the public. As he added, air monitoring was done in the building during the weekend.

Here is an excerpt from the said news post.

“Greenwood County Council passed a measure Tuesday night which will clear the way for the removal of asbestos from Greenwood County Courthouse.

On Tuesday afternoon, acting county attorney Stephen Baggett Jr. talked about the discovery of the asbestos.”

The presence of asbestos poses a serious threat to health said AGC Environmental. It could even cause malignant mesothelioma in humans, it shared.

Because of that, it advised the public to detect asbestos early. That way, an immediate removal could be implemented and the worst of what it could possibly bring could be prevented, it added.

However, when it comes to Florida asbestos testing, AGC Environmental said that its service is the best. It stated that the same is true with its Florida asbestos removal.

Those processes and its other environmental health services, said the company, are all implemented by experts. It stated that their procedures follow the federal guidelines as well.

Additionally, it shared that it had been serving as Florida expert witness for a long time already. And with its experience, it assured that it could deliver effective, safe and reliable services.

To know more about the company and its environmental health services, it invites everyone to visit its website at agcenvironmental.com.


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