The problem of defective Chinese drywall has already drawn in regulators, developers and lawyers, but now tradesmen and environmental specialists are lining up to make a buck off the trouble. A recent litigation conference demonstrated the growth of the cottage industry building up around the drywall crisis. Because there’s no clear sign of exactly what’s wrong with the tainted drywall, it’s still wide open for opportunities to profit.
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