The Australian newspaper has published an article on the topic of asbestos in the form of a graphic article on its front page.
The graphic reads: Asbestos can be found in concrete in the world’s largest cement factory, which employs more than 5,000 workers.
The company is also responsible for the production of a huge amount of asbestos insulation.
This can be used to make wall insulation.
It is the first time the paper has been able to report on the issue.
The paper’s report says: This year, about $300 million worth of asbestos has been removed from Australian soil.
This is the largest amount of this material removed in a single year.
This material is produced in the cement factory where a number of companies use asbestos in their cement production.
Source: Al Jazeera English title What are asbestos in cement?
article Asbestos in cement can be a source of concern for the Australian public, according to the paper.
This article states that the cement industry is responsible for one of the biggest sources of asbestos pollution in the country, as well as the world.
This pollution is produced when asbestos fibers are used to insulate the cement.
Asbestos is a known carcinogen and has been linked to cancer.
The article goes on to state that asbestos can be seen in concrete as far away as Perth, in Queensland, and in other Australian states.
As the paper notes, the asbestos in this concrete is also found in cement products from Queensland, which it has previously reported on.
The story also says that asbestos is a common ingredient in the building materials that are used in the construction of buildings and infrastructure, including cement.
The news article goes onto say that asbestos in construction is a growing issue in Australia, but that the government should be doing more to protect the environment.
The ABC has contacted the Australian Government’s Department of Health for comment.
The government has not yet responded to our request for comment about the asbestos removal.
As of July 2017, the Queensland Government had reported that asbestos was detected in an average of 10,000 of the province’s homes.
Source of content: Aljazeera English