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New meth standard will save insurance companies $20-30 million a year

Economic and insurance losses from meth tests "totally unnecessary." Watch Grant Walker's interview with the Insurance Council CEO.

Brent Edwards
Thu, 31 May 2018

Insurance companies will save up to $30 million a year when new standards around methamphetamine contamination of houses come into effect.

Under the new standards recommended by the Prime Minister’s chief science adviser, Sir Peter Gluckman, fewer houses will have to be decontaminated than they

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Brent Edwards
Thu, 31 May 2018
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