Investigators recently uncovered asbestos contamination in a New Jersey daycare, leading to the arrest of an asbestos removal contractor in the area. The contractor had been employed as an asbestos removal expert between April 2011 and February 2012.
During that time, he worked on 36 different locations throughout the state, including elementary schools, daycares, and private homes. The man was not trained in removing the harmful substance, but that did not stop him from posing as an asbestos removal expert. The result of his poor actions exposed at least 10 of the buildings to asbestos.
Authorities arrested the man and determined that his illegal actions endangered numerous individuals. The contractor was aware that a license was required to remove these harmful fibers, but he chose to take the jobs regardless of that information.
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