Recent research at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta indicates that melting down asbestos fibers may yield a safe and efficient means of reprocessing the hazardous material, once widely used as building insulation.
Atlanta, once a "city of trees," has lost some 20 percent of its forest cover in the past quarter century. Now an estimated 50 acres of greenspace disappears daily to development in the metro area. The city is so choked with gridlocked traffic that the Clinton Administration withheld federal highway funds. According to the Trust […]