The West Australian newspaper article 24 April 2018

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Link to article by Peter Milne: https://thewest.com.au/business/manufacturing/environment-minister-stephen-dawson-to-consider-future-of-cockburn-cement-plant-in-munster-owned-by-the-4-billion-adelaide-brighton-ng-b88780109z Extract: “Residents of the southern suburbs of Beeliar and Munster say they are plagued by dust and stench from a coal-burning lime plant that is resisting a pollution crackdown by the State Government despite its emissions being deemed high risk. The future of the Cockburn Cement plant in Munster, owned by the $4 … Read More

Community Appeal

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Summary of Key Points Final Submission Donors can access the full text of the Final Submission. Go to Donate page and click on Receipts and Payments. When you enter your password you will also have access to the Final Submission

Heavy Metal Contamination

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Gas vs Coal

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Comparison of Pollutants in Gas and Coal

Air Pollution Monitors at Primary Schools in Cockburn

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Alex Bite, Senior Manager of Investigations, Department of Water and Environmental Regulation, responded to a letter in regards to the monitoring of air pollution at Primary Schools located in the City of Cockburn. See the response below:

Family compensated for lime product found on property

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CCL recently compensated a Beeliar family who found CCL’s lime product on their pool cover, their car and elsewhere in their yard. They were offered a $200 voucher and (we believe) a free car wash . Congratulations are due to that family for negotiating a settlement – any settlement with CCL is quite an achievement! We here, at Cockburn Pollution … Read More