Asbestos Removal Is a Hard Job, but Covid-19 Makes It Harder

Asbestos Removal Is a Hard Job, but Covid-19 Makes It Harder

But while the timing makes sense for cities, it’s not so great for abatement workers, whose occupational risks make them especially vulnerable to serious complications of Covid-19.Judging from its physical properties alone, asbestos is useful stuff: The naturally occurring mineral’s long, fibrous crystals absorb sound and resist fire, heat, and electricity.

Why Are Rich People So Mean?

Why Are Rich People So Mean?

He typically works 12 hours a day and logs an extra 10 hours over the weekend.” Steger, 51 at the time, was aware of the irony (sort of): “I know people looking in from the outside will ask why someone like me keeps working so hard,” he told Rivlin.

An Illicit Chemical Is Again Jeopardizing the Ozone Layer

An Illicit Chemical Is Again Jeopardizing the Ozone Layer

Based on data from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii, the previous study reported new emissions of about 13,000 tons a year of CFC-11 from somewhere in eastern Asia starting in 2012.That was two years after the 2010 date for ending all CFC production under the terms of the Montreal Protocol.