Asbestos found in Princeton University student club
Asbestos found at Princeton University.
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Students of Princeton University walking down Prospect Avenue may catch sight of “DANGER ASBESTOS” signs posted on the doors and windows of numbers 5 and 58, locations of the former Campus and Elm eating clubs.
Asbestos is a heat-resistant, fibrous mineral that was commonly used in building installation before 1989, when the Environmental Protection Agency issued a ban because it was concerned about potential illnesses due to long-term exposure to the material.