The community is reportedly satisfied with the cleanup of asbestos in the area.
Mesothelioma Cancer News – Efforts have reportedly been made to cleanup asbestos in the Australian Areyonga community. As reported by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Craig Woods, who is the Chairman of the Areyonga community board, is said to be grateful that asbestos has been removed from the Central Australian community.
As noted by the ABC, concerns were expressed last month about the presence of the potential health hazard in Areyonga, which prompted the Federal Government to contract a company to remove it from the area.
Woods is quoted in the report as stating of views about the results, “They are more than satisfied that the asbestos has been removed from most areas of the community… Especially at the football oval, because of that, [the] project’s not [been] completed, because of the asbestos problem that we had.”
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