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Is the smell and dust from cement plant in Beeliar a huge issue?
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Is the smell and dust from cement plant in Beeliar a huge issue?

we are looking at moving to the meve estate in Beeliar but have been warned about the dust and awful smell from the cement plant. Is this a huge issue?
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What is he latest on the dust issue?

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We live at the highest point closest to the school in the older side of Beeliar and only notice the smell on an odd basis. They are heating crushed seashells to make the lime/calcium for the cement, I know

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Continued - I know others are bothered by this, but the smell hasn't really been an issue for us. If we get a whiff, we close the house up and wait for it to pass. I've lived in better areas with more problems, Beeliar has everything we were after, bushland, big trees, parks, tight streets, shops and a great community. The smell on a rare basis is hardly a deal breaker imo.

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How can this be allowed. So giving residents cancer is allowed as long as the cement factory makes money. Where are the politicians? THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE AND AGAINST THE LAW.

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Yes, it is. I live in the Yangebup and it is bad enough here. I had friends in Beeliar that had the paint on their car erode after six months, the plant pays for you to have free car washes to help avoid this. The dust builds up on outdoor furniture and on your car, in no time you have a layer on everything (less than a week). The smell is quite strong on occasion. They do seem to let most of the dust out at night so the residents don't see it as much, it is lime apparently. The suburb is in a great location, and they do plan to put million dollar filters on the soon (which demonstrates the problem). I'm sure in time, with enough community outrage, the plant will close but that could be some time unfortunately.

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Yes it is very true

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