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Date PostedAugust 14, 2015

Illegally Imported Building Materials Put Australians at Risk Each Day

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Source: Sourceable.net.au

A scary revelation has been made – illegally imported building materials across the country are putting Australians at risk due to exposure to asbestos.

The Asbestos Safety and Eradic­ation Agency has issued a warning about the hidden problem of asbestos containing building products being widely used in Australia, after being illegally brought into the country.

The agency said that despite border-control authorities previously downplaying the issue, the risk is worse than most are aware of.

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