Fire authorities rule out PFAS contamination

Robert Crawford
Updated November 8 2017 - 4:49pm, first published 1:44pm
The Rural Fire Service C130 Hercules water bombing aircraft, Thor, during the September fires in West Nowra.
The Rural Fire Service C130 Hercules water bombing aircraft, Thor, during the September fires in West Nowra.

The Rural Fire Service and NSW Fire and Rescue have said raised levels of PFAS [per and poly fluoroalkyl substances] in the Shoalhaven River could not have been the result of the recent West Nowra fires in September.

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Robert Crawford

Robert Crawford

Senior Journalist

Robert Crawford is a senior journalist at the South Coast Register, for Australian Community Media . Everyone's got a story, what's yours? Email robert.crawford@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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