Could Your Favorite Outdoor Tennis Court Be an Asbestos Exposure Concern?

The Courier-Tribune  recently published an article about the closure of the outdoor tennis courts at a popular park in Liberty, North Carolina. According to the report, the closure was due to the discovery of asbestos in the adhesive material that holds the clay surface to the pavement below. The material was found to contain approximately 2% asbestos. In the United States materials which contain more than 1% asbestos are generally considered to be “Asbestos Containing Materials or “ACM”….

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Could Your Favorite Outdoor Tennis Court Be an Asbestos Exposure Concern?



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