Hazardous Materials Removal Workers

What exactly constitutes a hazardous material? Anything that can catch fire easily, erode, corrode, or that contains toxic materials counts as a hazardous material. Increasingly, state and federal regulations are requiring removal of these hazardous materials from our homes, buildings, factories, and the environment. The job of a hazardous materials removal worker is to find, remove, and dispose of these materials. The most common include asbestos, mercury, lead, and radioactive materials.
Outlook for Hazardous Materials Removal Workers
Sources: U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics National Employment Matrix, ...

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