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Fort Worth, Texas

The City of Fort Worth proposes an alternative method for the demolition of "facilities" in place of the current NESHAP requirements for the demolition of substandard structures that are not in imminent danger of collapse. However, if left standing, the facilities identified as substandard by the City will within a few years become structurally unsound. Instead of waiting for these buildings to reach such a state, the City proposes to be proactive and show that the demolition of facilities with RACM left in place is at least as protective as demolition with RACM removed and is potentially more protective than demolition of structurally unsound facilities with RACM in place. Based on the condition of the RACM, demolishing facilities while in moderate condition (substandard) may have much less impact than demolishing facilities in danger of imminent danger of collapse.

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