Dept of Labor – Cleanup enforcement actions FL/GA following hurricane Irma

U.S. Department of Labor Resumes Regular Enforcement in Florida and Georgia ATLANTA, GA – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has resumed normal enforcement throughout most of Florida and Georgia. The [...]

EPA guide to: Harmful Materials In Residential Demolition

This isn’t an exhaustive list. These are harmful materials one might typically encounter in a residential property. You may encounter harmful materials not mentioned here. Please use caution if there’s any doubt about the nature or [...]


If you are involved with building construction, demolition, or renovation, your company creates construction and demolition (C&D) debris. These materials can consist of three types of waste: (1) Inert or nonhazardous waste; (2) hazardous waste as [...]


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IBISWorld Research Indicates Demolition is a Growth Industry

IBISWorld’s industry research report on Demolition & Wrecking can be used to help you understand the industry’s market size, growth potential and major companies. Five-year forecasts provide insight into the industry’s prospects, so you can make [...]

EPA Funds Activities Protecting Against Asbestos in School Buildings

EPA Funds New England State Activities Protecting Against Asbestos in School Buildings 11/06/2017 Contact Information: Emily Bender ( 617-918-1037 BOSTON – New England states received a total of $631,000 from the US Environmental Protection Agency this [...]

National Demolition Association Meets with the Dept of Labor

The National Demolition Association (NDA) visited the Department of Labor on Wednesday, June 28, to meet with Dean McKenzie, Director of Construction at Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). Washington, DC (July 7, 2017) – The [...]

Don’t Rebuild The Florida Keys?

Hurricane Irma devastated large portions of the Florida Keys—the 100-mile ribbon of low lying narrow islands connected by bridges to south Florida. The Keys, dense with tourist resorts and beachfront properties, took the full punch of [...]

U.S. Might Not Have Enough Construction Workers to Rebuild Houston After Harvey

The disaster that is Tropical Storm Harvey is still ongoing. It will be some time before the waters recede and the effect on Houston can be fully assessed. But it is already clear the damage to [...]

EPA Enforcement Action Helps Protect Children in New Haven from Lead Paint Hazards

BOSTON – An EPA settlement with several affiliated property owners and property management company in New Haven, Conn. requires the company and their affiliates to identify and reduce lead paint hazards in residential rental properties they [...]

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