John Jarratt leads the call for awareness of asbestos, including naturally occurring asbestos, at a launch in Orange.

Max Stainkamph
Updated October 16 2017 - 5:15pm, first published 12:58pm
RAISING AWARENESS: Kathryn Heiler and John Jarratt in front of the asbestos ADRI house, which helps raise awareness of asbestos.
RAISING AWARENESS: Kathryn Heiler and John Jarratt in front of the asbestos ADRI house, which helps raise awareness of asbestos.

The NSW government launched a fresh campaign warning of the dangers of asbestos, with a new focus on naturally occurring asbestos (NOA), which isn’t uncommon around Orange. 

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Max Stainkamph

Max Stainkamph

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Max joined the CWD in September 2017, leaving the big smoke of Melbourne to come to Orange, where he stayed until 2020.

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