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Foam Board Fire in New York City

January 13, 2017

On December 14th a NYU Langone Medical Center roof caught fire.  As reported on dnainfo by Ben Fractenberg and Aidan Gardiner:

Workers were cutting metal when a spark flew onto a roofing insulation material called “rigid board” and caught fire on the seventh floor of 560 First Ave. near East 30th Street, a vacant property that’s currently under construction, about 12:13 p.m., FDNY officials said.



Watch the video – that’s foam burning:


Foam is an unacceptable fire hazard.  We have better choices.  For foam, our motto is Less is Best.  Make Better Choices: Toward A Less Toxic World.

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