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Verve workers exposed to asbestos

Verve Energy has today confirmed it has assigned alternative duties for about 100 employees at the Kwinana power station after confirming high asbestos levels at the plant.

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Thoughts and prayers with those exposed. I'm with an online resource center for victims of asbestos related diseases (http://www.mesorc.com) and have seen firsthand the devastating effects exposure can have. Asbestos is nothing short of poison. The fact that this asbestos was installed decades ago is a perfect example why here in the U.S. we're hoping to get the nasty stuff banned altogether with the goal being that one day being free of situations like this. - JM, http://www.banasbestosnow.com

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