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The firm believes that while most larger Australian organisations have factored in the changed and assessed which properties need to be registered, it’s concerned that smaller organisations may be caught out.

Lawyers warn business about property register

An Australian law firm is warning members of the quarrying industry not to get caught out by changes to the Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR). Read more »
Health risks from the quarry in-fill – particularly for children – range fromallergic reactions and hypersensitivity, to serious health problems, such as cancer, respiratory illness, reproductive problems and birth defects.

Kids at risk from toxins

Families living in homes built on a former quarry site in a Melbourne suburb have been exposed to toxic substances including lead, arsenic and by-products of fuel burning. Read more »
 11 stockpiles of illegally dumped waste were found on the site, each up to one and a half metres high, with no barrier between the trash and the water in the pit.

Illegal dumping in quarry costs $1.4 million

A New South Wales council will shell out over $1.4 million for illegally dumping waste in a local quarry.  Read more »


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