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Grace engineer ran track to test for asbestos wearing a monitoring device

 

April 14, 2009



MISSOULA (AP)

A former environmental engineer for W. R. Grace & Co. Says he collected asbestos-tainted air samples at Libby's high school track by running laps for half an hour while wearing a monitoring device. Randy Geiger testified Monday in the Grace environmental crimes trial in Missoula. The Missoulian newspaper reported his testimony on its Web site. Geiger told jurors he enlisted the help of his wife to assist with the impromptu sampling project, which he undertook because Grace had donated waste from its Libby vermiculite mine for the base layer of the running track. "I didn't have...



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