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Tough new rules for Cockburn Cement

Cockburn Cement has been ordered to dramatically reduce dust emissions from its Munster plant, at a likely cost of more than $20 million, under new tighter licence conditions imposed by the state government.

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Beeliar
About time ... Great win for the locals !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

HENDERSON
DEAR SIRS/ MADAM "" TALK ABOUT DOUBLE STANDARDS'" THE ( DEC ) OWN LAND IN HENDERSON THAT IS BEING USED AND OPERATED CAUSING SAND /DUST POLLUTION AND CAUSING BROCHITES EMPLOYEES AND OTHER HEALTH ISSUES WITH THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE COCKBURN CITY HEALTH DEPARTMENT WHO SEEM TO BE SCARED TO ACT, DESPITE COMPLAINTS TO BOTH THE ( DEC ) AND THE COUNCIL THEY STILL HAVE NOT ADRESSED THIS PROBLEM WHICH HAS GONE ON FOR OVER THREE (3) YEARS. THEIR SEEMS TO BE ONE LAW FOR THEDEPARTMENT OF ENVIROMENT AND CONSERVATION AND ANOTHER LAW FOR EVERYONE ELSE. YOURS TRULY ORLANDO PH/MOB 0416171152.

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