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Asbestos scare for SCA Toowoomba stations

Wednesday 22 November, 2017
Hit FM Darling Downs breakfast team

Presenters at SCA's Triple M and Hit stations in Toowoomba will be broadcasting from alternative locations after asbestos was discovered in their building. 

"We will be on air from different locations, but we continue to run the business as usual... morale is high," General Manager Zac Manscawen has told radioinfo.

Manscawen says the station's building at 100 Margaret Street was undergoing routine repairs when the asbestos was found.

"It was routine maintenance when low levels of asbestos were discovered," he told radioinfo.

It is not known how long the stations will be out of their building.

radioinfo sources say the local Bill Caralis Supernetwork stations in the area have spare studios and have offered them to SCA in the interim. Negotiations are apparently in progress to house the two stations together for a while, until the asbestos problem is sorted out.

See last year's ratings results for the Toowoomba region here.

100 Margaret Street, Toowoomba
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