End the secrecy at Alcoa's coal plant
Alcoa, a coal company who recently shut their coal plant in Anglesea, are exempt from Freedom of Information (FOI) laws.
In May this year, Alcoa's poorly planned demolition of its coal plant at Anglesea, potentially risked the health of the community, nearby primary school and kindergarten.
Now the community can’t get the information they’re asking for about whether there is still asbestos in the plant and whether the town’s health was put at risk. Why? Because Labor and the Liberal National coalition are shielding Alcoa with special exemption from FOI laws.
The Greens have twice now introduced new laws to remove this exemption. And twice now these changes have been blocked by the old parties.
Sign our petition and tell Labor and the Liberals to end the secrecy.