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Contact your state or local well being division or regional EPA office for details about asbestos training programs in your space. Your local college district may also have details about asbestos professionals and coaching packages for school buildings. Even when you have accomplished a coaching program, don’t strive anything greater than minor repairs.

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Before enterprise minor repairs, rigorously look at the world across the harm to verify it is stable. As a basic matter, any damaged space which is bigger than the scale of your hand is not a minor restore. What it is, its health effects, where it is in your home, and what to do about it. Even if asbestos is in your house, that is usually NOT a serious problem. The mere presence of asbestos in a house or a building isn’t hazardous.

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This award-winning post-pandemic office design with individual sealed pods offers a glimpse at what returning to the office could look like

Q.workntine office pods.
Q.workntine office pods.

Mohamed M. Radwan

  • White collar employees around the world suddenly began working remotely en masse as the coronavirus pandemic closed offices.

  • While workers are already being asked to return in some states, offices in hotspots are working on potential solutions for offices that make social distancing difficult. 

  • Designer Mohamed Radwan’s prototype adds hexagonal pods and air purifiers to offices.

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Offices are probably going to look very different as workers return after working remotely during the coronavirus. Open floor plans, shared snacks, and even places for napping or hanging out were once markers of trendy places to work, but now safety is a concern as well.

Egyptian architect and designer Mohamed Radwan created a system of office pod for the post-COVID-19 workplace, for a project called “Q.workntine.” Last month, the design was recognized with an award in the Responsible Design

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Chip and Joanna Gaines Are Wealthy but Not the Wealthiest Home Improvement Stars

Home improvement reality stars usually teach viewers how to save a buck on home renovation, selling, and buying. But most are making some bucks— a lot of serious bucks.

Joanna Gaines and Chip Gaines
Joanna Gaines and Chip Gaines | Sean Zanni/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images

For instance, Chip and Joanna Gaines from Fixer Upper have become a household name for their no-nonsense, family-friendly approach to home transformations. For five years, the couple helped a slew of families create their dream home on a budget using their complementary approach to home building and design.

The couple has amassed a nice fortune in the process, each worth a cool $10 million apiece, according to GoBankingRates. In addition to their series, the couple’s vast company, Magnolia includes real estate, home improvement, and design services. With $20 million in combined wealth, the couple won’t have to worry about money. But they aren’t the wealthiest in the

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L.A. County ends controversial PACE home improvement loan program

Los Angeles County has ended its controversial PACE home improvement loan program, a decision that follows years of criticism that the county enabled predatory lending and put people at risk of losing their homes.

County officials — who launched the PACE program in 2015 to fund energy- and water-efficient home improvements — said they made the decision after determining the program lacked adequate consumer protections.

Homeowners repeatedly alleged the private home improvement contractors who signed them up for PACE misrepresented how the financing would work, saddling them with loans they could not understand or afford.

The county also faced lawsuits alleging that government authorities failed to properly oversee the private lenders it partnered with to issue loans that, if unpaid, could lead to foreclosure.

The criticisms mirror complaints directed at other Property Assessed Clean Energy, or PACE, programs across California that fund environmentally friendly home improvements such as solar panels,

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