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New Government, New Era

Will the new government fulfill their promises and re-open TAFES The new government has been sworn in and a new era in Victorian politics begins.  The big question is will they fulfill their promise of re-opening TAFES and provide training to those wanting to learn a trade.   Qualified trades people are a huge assets to [...]


Trade Waste Specialists

With every business trade waste solutions are important, whether your business is large or small, CPM can customise a Trade Waste solution to suit you. 5 things you need to know about trade waste to help with application. 1. You will need a specialized plumber in the trade waste area. 2. You will need to [...]


Fire Services

Renovating your premises or alterating your building. Be sure your Fire Service meets all safety standards. Don't leave it until it's too late, be proactive and make sure your Fire Service has been checked and tested and is well maintained. CPM can help with evaluating your current system, advising on enclosures for your Fire Hydrant [...]


Hang on to Your Water Meter!

Hey we are serious, in the past 12 months the number of water meters being stolen from commercial sites has exploded. Why?..... It appears that the copper in the larger meters is attracting good money as scrap. Hence why the dramatic increase. Imagine turning up to work and finding your meter has gone and you [...]


Wild Weather Causes Chaos

Lightning strikes and heavy rain have wreaked havoc on Melbourne’s transport, roads and residential areas. The storm, which kicked off early Monday morning, has lead to house fires, train delays and congested traffic, leaving commuters struggling to get to work on time. City loop trains were suspended due to lightning, with commuters being advised to consider [...]


Victoria weather calms after wild Tuesday

Victorians - thousands still without power - are mopping up after an icy, cyclone-like storm thrashed the state, causing transport chaos, mass blackouts and a storm surge that broke the Yarra River's banks. On Tuesday, dangerous weather lashed the state, leaving people injured, trains lines suspended, homes without power, roads closed and temperatures plummeting below [...]

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