A worker with environmental cleanup company Cross Construction Services sprays down a pile of contaminated soil and mulch to keep asbestos from becoming airborne Wednesday afternoon at a site that will become the new Veterans Community Park on Marco Island. The soil and mulch are being hauled away after being sprayed down. Asbestos concrete pipes that were put onto the mulch to keep it from flying around in Hurricane Wilma were broken by the storm, and the city hired CCS to clean up the site.

Photo by Darron R. Silva, Daily News

A worker with environmental cleanup company Cross Construction Services sprays down a pile of contaminated soil and mulch to keep asbestos from becoming airborne Wednesday afternoon at a site that will become the new Veterans Community Park on Marco Island. The soil and mulch are being hauled away after being sprayed down. Asbestos concrete pipes that were put onto the mulch to keep it from flying around in Hurricane Wilma were broken by the storm, and the city hired CCS to clean up the site.

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