If there is one certain feature of a cover-up it is that once cracks start appearing in the fa√ßade, so-called friends will quickly head for the hills.
As I¬†roll out this exclusive WOBH series exposing a concrete cancer cover-up within the $400m concrete industry, I wonder who will stick around, and who will try and do a runner.
I have¬†exposed cement importing company Drymix as being at the center of the controversy. With the Cement and Concrete Association (CCANZ) hooking its wagon up to Drymix, questions are being asked about who else will be caught up in the scandal as Whaleoil¬†unravels this mess.
One such company is Mitre 10 which recently celebrated its 40th anniversary and passed the $1 billion sales mark for the first time.
Questions are being asked about the integrity of the 2014 Mitre 10 Awards, particularly when Drymix was recipient of its 2014 Mitre 10 Building Products Supplier and 2014 Innovation Award for our Super Easy Mix in The Bag Range.