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EPA PRESS CONFERENCE – Asbestos Investigation Update

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PRESS CONFERENCE  

 

NSW Environment Protection Authority Chief Executive Officer Tony Chappel will be joined by NSW Department of Education Secretary Murat Dizdar to give an update on the ongoing investigation into mulch containing asbestos and testing at schools.

 

WHEN: 12:00pm today 

 

WHERE: Domain, Behind Parliament House, NSW

 

 

  

MEDIA: 02 9995 6415 | media@epa.nsw.gov.au  

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