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September 30 - Seattle, Washington
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Air quality testing for asbestos as soon as possible - this weekend would be great! We are in middle of a remodel and asbestos linoleum tiles were removed. We would like to make sure none of the asbestos was released into the air.

July 18 - Seattle, Washington
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We would like to replace the ceiling in our bedroom but since our house was constructed in 1920 we are concerned that it may contain asbestos and would like to have it tested.

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Environix Seattle

12303 8th Ave. NE
Seattle, WA 98125

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Our principles have always remained the same:  Provide the absolute best consulting and remediation services for indoor environmental issues.  For information on our asbestos services, check out our new site. For other services visit our parent site at

Recent Mold Inspection & Remediation Clients Include:

  • US Coast Guard
  • UW Medicine
  • McChord Air Force Base
  • Port of Seattle
  • University of Puget Sound

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Asbestos Remediation Criminal Prosecutions in Seattle

1. PRINCIPAL DEFENDANT: Howard Norman Angell

W.D.  Washington  97-CR 453 WD


Angell discharged approximately 13,000 gallons of gasoline and gasoline-contaminated water from three underground storage tanks. The discharge was into Henderson Bay. Angell also illegally removed asbestos and failed to notify authorities of the removal of approximately 14,000 square feet of asbestos from a building in Seattle. The defendant was not registered under state law, to remove underground oil storage tanks at private residences.


September 12, 1997

Angell was indicted on 10 counts of violating state environmental laws {RCW 18.27.010 and 020 - performing unregistered contracting}.

December 5, 1997

Angell was charged by information with one count of violating the CWA {33 U.S.C. 1319(c)(2)(A) - discharging pollutants to waters of the United States} and two counts of violating the CAA {42 U.S.C. 7413(c)(1) - illegal removal of asbestos}.

STATUTE: 33 U.S.C. 1319(c)(2)(A, 42 U.S.C. 7413(c)(1)

December 5, 1997

Angell pled guilty to the 10 state counts of performing work as an unregistered contractor.

April 1, 1998

Angell pled guilty to the CWA and CAA counts and was sentenced to 24 months incarceration and 36 months of supervised release.

April 3, 1998

On the state charges, Angell was sentenced to three months incarceration, six months probation and ordered to pay $5,800 in restitution to business owners he defrauded.

Asbestos Violations in Seattle.


W.D.  Washington  CR96-CO439C

2. DEFENDANT: Michael Dempsey

W.D.  Washington  CR96-CO439C

3. DEFENDANT: Robert Sacco

W.D.  Washington  CR96-CO439C


Odom Corp. was a wholesale beverage distributor in Seattle, Washington. Sacco was Odom's former operations manager and Dempsey was Odom's former warehouse manager. The defendants illegally removed and disposed of an asbestos wall covering from the company's warehouse. Sacco and Dempsey directed employees to carry out the removal at the warehouse without complying with safe work practices specified in EPA regulations.

February 7, 1996

The three defendants were each charged with one ocunt of violating the CAA {42 U.S.C. 7413 - knowingly violates}.

STATUTE: 42 U.S.C. 7413(c)(4)

August 15, 1996

Sacco and Dempsey pled guilty to the count against them.

August 19, 1996

Odom pled guilty to the charge against them.

November 15, 1996

Dempsey was sentenced to 36 months probation. Odom was sentenced to 36 months probation and ordered to pay a $200,000 fine.

December 6, 1996

Sacco was sentenced to six months incarceration, 36 months probation and fined $3,000.



Release date: 04/03/98

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On March 30, Gundhart Fleischer plead guilty in U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington in Seattle to two counts of violating the Clean Air Act. The offenses occurred in June and July of 1977 when asbestos-containing material was improperly removed from the Seavue Theater in Blaine, Wash. Fleischer, president of Voyager’s Landing Corp. and owner of the Seavue, obtained bids which indicated that the proper abatement of asbestos-containing material within the Seavue would cost $150,000-$200,000. Instead of paying the costs of proper asbestos removal, Fleischer failed to report the asbestos to the local air authority and hired a nineteen year-old laborer without telling him he was working with asbestos, without wetting the asbestos down to prevent it from being inhaled and without providing respiratory protection for the young worker. Inhalation of airborne asbestos fibers can cause lung cancer and a lung disease known as “asbestosis.” When sentenced, Fleischer faces a maximum of five years imprisonment and/or a maximum fine of up to $250,000 on each count. This case was investigated by EPA’s Criminal Investigation Division and the Washington State Department Of Ecology’s Environmental Crimes Unit.

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