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Women get own facilities at Hobart zinc works

WOMEN working at Nyrstar’s Hobart zinc works can now use a modern dedicated female-only change-house facility, with 100 lockers, eight showers and toilet facilities to cater for an increase of women on site.

 Tasmanian minister for women Jo Palmer with the Nyrstar team

Tasmanian minister for women Jo Palmer with the Nyrstar team

The amenities block was officially opened by Tasmania minister for women Jo Palmer. Work on the $695,000 project kicked off in March 2022. Nyrstar reported a 40% increase in female employees over...

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