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Asbestos found at Uni Pub work site in Civic
WorkSafe ACT has given a Canberr Toms Outlet Online a company 24 hours to properly dispose of a bag of asbestos which has been lying on work site in Civic since last week.
A Canberra Times reader reported seeing a bag clearly marked as asbestos at the site of the second stage development of Uni Pub on London Circuit in Civic.
Work Safe inspected the site on Tuesday morning and confirmed that while the asbestos had been correctly bagged, it could not be left Toms Outlet Online Toms Outlet Online in that state on the site as there were strict requirements about hazardous waste storage.
The asbestos is in a bonded form, and was contained within putty which was removed from window seals.
It has been left outside on the site but is secured by a temporary 1.8 metre fence.
ACT Work Safety Comm Toms Outlet Online issioner Mark McCabe said the licensed removals had acted correctly in double bagging the putty and had sought the appropriate clearance certificate before commencing the work.
But Mr McCabe said it was illegal to store bagged asbestos at a site if it was not stored in a solid waste drum, bin or skip.
“Certainly the bags cannot be left out in the open like this,” he said.
Mr McCabe said the operator had informed inspectors that when the putty had been removed from the window last Wednesday, he had not been able to book a drop off time at the Mugga Lane asbestos disposal centre because of a backlog of appointments caused by heavy rain last week.
The removalist has been given a direction to dispose of the asbestos within 24 hours or face potential orders from WorkSafe which could lead to a fine.
Asaram’s supporters refuse to apologise
New Delhi, Jan 8: Supporters of self proclaimed godman Asaram Bapu refused to apologise for the comments made on the Delhi Toms Outlet Online gangrape victim and instead defend Toms Outlet Online ed him. Asaram sa Toms Outlet Online id that the gangrape victim was partly responsible for what had happened to her and that she could have begged the attackers to escape. The remarks created a huge uproar with political activists and commoners asking him to withdraw them.
Asaram’s spokesperson Neelam Dubey said during a TV interview that his comment was being interpreted out of context. She said the attackers were responsible but the victim was 0.1 per cent responsible for getting into such a bus. “If she had got on to a full bus or a bus with men, she wouldn’t have faced this. If she had prayed, then some idea would have struck her and then reported the men,” Dubey said, adding that the society and media should not fight about this.
Asaram said that the 23 year old paramedic student, who was brutally raped and seriously injured, was as guilty as her rapists. He said the victim, who succumbed to her injuries in a Singapore hospital on Dec 29, should have called the culprit brothers and begged before them to stop. “This could have saved her dignity and life,” the man said, questioning if one hand alone could clap.
The BJP slammed Asaram over his remarks and demanded that the latter must take back his statement. Party spokesperson Ravi Shankar Prasad said they considered the statement as inappropriate. Another BJP leader Maneka Gandhi said making someone brother depends on a man and not a woman. She said respect for women must be taught at the grassroots level, right from the school and in every family.
The Congress also criticised the self styled godman, with party leader Rashid Alvi warning political and religious leaders to give serious thoughts to what they utter in public.
Chief of National Commission for Women Mamata Sharma said Asaram Bapu’s statement sent across wrong signals. How pleading to the rapists would have helped the victim, she asked.
Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor also slammed Asaram Bapu, suggesting him to get his head examined.
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Asa’s Angels to deliver Easter baskets with video
Asa’s Angels’ donation drives have grown steadily every year since 2007, when real estate agent Asa Cox founded the charity. Asa’s Angels also has grown from two to four seasonal donation drives since its founding. It collects donations for Easter, back to school, Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons.
Easter is Asa’s smallest donation drive season, but this Toms Outlet Online year, it has generated possibly the most publicity because of an unsolved theft reported a few weeks ago. Sometime after its Christmas season drive, someone broke into her realty business’s Madison location and stole enough candy and gifts for 300 or 400 Easter baskets, Cox said. Cleveland TV stations WJW and WOIO dispatched news crews soon after the stuff was found missing.
“Like I told a lot of my workers: ‘It was sad, but it was also good because nobody really knew what we did,’ ” Cox said. “When Channel 8 and Channel 19 did their stories, we only got four donations (that day), but we got another 186 kids that didn’t know about us. Their parents went online and registered.”
Cox said 80 percent of the registered children live in Lake County. But some also live as far away as Brook Park, Middlefield and North Bloomfield in Trumbull County.
The publicity also has challenged Asa’s Angels to collect more donations to meet the needs of so many new children.
Cox’s real estate business, Asa Cox Homes, donated $6,000 for this Easter season to help meet the demand.
But Asa’s Angels also is getting help from more Lake County businesses than ever before. Erie Optical and Tryst Salon and Spa at Mentor’s Corner Plaza on Mentor Avenue joined Thursday to host an “Eggtravaganza” event to generate donations for Asa’s Angels. For four hours, Erie Op Toms Outlet Online tical offered families pictures with the Easter Bunny and Tryst offered free nail polishing and temporary tattoos to kids. Seventy five basket worth of donation Toms Outlet Online s were given that evening, Cox said.
Kim Aikey of Mentor came out Thursday with her two daughters, 15 year old Megan and 8 year old Ashlyn, and donated five bags of assorted Easter goodies.
Cox said Asa’s Angels still needs to collect 100 more baskets of goods before the end of Monday to meet its goal. Most of what’s needed is Easter candy, Cox said.
Donations can be dropped off at Cox’s two office locations: 1505 Madison Ave. in Painesville Township and 1975 Hubbard Road in Madison Township, or at the location of a business partner, which includes Mento Toms Outlet Online r businesses and organizations Dodd Camera, Bixels Salon and Studio, Maracas Bar and Grill, Manhattan Deli, Lake County Council on Aging, Erie Optical, Tryst Salon and Spa, Imagine Salon in Willoughby, and Jackie’s Sports Bar and Lake County Speedway in Painesville Township.
Families are expected to pick up Easter baskets Wednesday at the former Madison Goodwill store at 1985 Hubbard Road. Cox asked that registered families call her at 440 479 3100 if they haven’t yet scheduled a pickup time.
Also next week, Asa’s Angels will start off its back to school donation drive and expects to give free supplies and gifts to as many as 6,000 children before the 2013 14 school year begins.