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Cement company charged with polluting

Cockburn Cement, which is at the centre of a long-running political controversy over its environmental management, has been charged with causing pollution by allegedly failing to contain lime kiln dust emissions.

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Let us not forget that the cement factory was there long before the housing development. The authority that sanctioned the development is to be blamed for its activity and those people that bought there should have known the possibility of air pollution. This is no different to people in Belmont complaining about airport noises. Te airport was there before the houses!! If it annoys you, shift.

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