NBC’s new prime time makeover show “School Pride” will highlight the dangers of asbestos in aging schools across the United States.
Garland, TX – (MesotheliomaCancerNews.com) Mesothelioma Lawyers across the United States will be tuning into a new prime time NBC show titled School Pride as the series attempts to increase awareness of asbestos and other health hazards in America’s aging schools. The new show will follow along the lines of their already popular Extreme Makeover: Home Edition and will be a proactive, alternative series that tells the stories of communities coming together to renovate their aging and broken public schools.
Among the many show aspects that have caught the attention of Mesothelioma Lawyers and anti-asbestos advocates is School Pride’s aim to reveal environmental concerns from mold, lead, asbestos and even PCBs. School Pride will highlight schools in Los Angeles, Detroit, Nashville and other cities as they are renovated and dangerous substances like asbestos are removed.
During construction projects asbestos and other contaminants can be released into the air and create dangerous conditions for those in the building say Mesothelioma Lawyers. Asbestos is a known cause of Mesothelioma Lung Cancer and needs to be handled with extreme care and by licensed removal professionals. Many schools built prior to the 1970’s have issue with asbestos since the mineral was commonly used in insulation, tiles, piping and other building products.
All those interested in watching NBC’s school renovation and restoration projects should tune in each Friday this fall at 8pm eastern. Mesothelioma Lawyers encourage family to tune in and watch School Pride together. The series will offer parents a valuable opportunity to speak with their children about the dangers of asbestos and promote doing good works like those on the show in their local community.
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