Addressing the asbestos legacy – managing risks with EIL insurance
Governments around the country are focused on addressing Australia’s asbestos legacy through regulation and remediation.
As dealing with asbestos is both expensive and highly regulated, many unscrupulous parties continue to be involved in illegal activities, such as dumping and fake certification – often at a high cost to others.
In this article, Charu Stevenson and Simon Nickolas explain why EIL insurance should play an important role in managing these risks for businesses that own significant industrial property, or deal with soil or construction.
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