The product is legal when used in low-rise buildings and signage, which is why the Coalition is not blocking its entry

The federal government has rejected a ban on imports of combustible aluminium composite cladding as well as the compromise put by several states for a moratorium on the importation of the most combustible kind – with a polyethylene core.

At least two state ministers are known to be deeply unhappy with the federal government’s refusal to use its import powers to deal with the issue.

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