Marmion moves to quell Cockburn concerns

Environment Minister Bill Marmion has moved to ease community concerns over dust emissions at Cockburn Cement, which is spending $24 million on emissions reduction.


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Cockburn Cement was established in the area long before developers were able to con the government of the time into opening the surrounding area for housing. That whole region should have been included into the industrial area, instead of allowing residential development! The people that bought blocks/houses there knew about Cockburn cement's presence, so should have done their homework before their purchase! The same applies to those residents around the airport. It, the airport , was there long before the residential development.

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