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Green Re-Building Following Natural Disasters

When tornadoes hit wind speeds of 318 miles per hour, very few natural or man-made structures can withstand such intense power. After the Midwest tornadoes tore through Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma, Minnesota and Wisconsin, they left a horrible path of destruction with broken glass, rusty nails and electrical power lines strewn everywhere. But another serious danger hovers in the air of these devastated areas: asbestos.