Libby asbestos aftermath: Asking questions
Gordon Sullivan of Libby asks questions of EPA officials during a meeting on Tuesday in Libby. Scientists still don’t know how toxic Libby’s unique form of asbestos really is.
Libby asbestos aftermath: Addressing EPA officials
Lerah Parker addresses EPA officials during a meeting examining risk assessment in Libby. Parker and her husband, Mel, owned a nursery business at the former W.R. Grace vermiculite screening plant property 10 years ago. The Parkers had to vacate their land because of asbestos contamination.
Libby asbestos aftermath: Looking through EPA printout
Suzy Rios looks through a printout of a PowerPoint presentation put together by EPA toxicologist David Berry.
Posted: Sunday, December 6, 2009 2:00 am
LIBBY — Frustration boiled over Tuesday at a meeting in Libby
where federal scientists were long on technical explanations but
short on answers about how toxic Libby’s unique form of asbestos
“What is a safe dose for Libby?” Lerah Parker asked. “I want to
know when it’s safe to bring my family back to our property.”
Sunday, December 6, 2009 2:00 am.