Shoalhaven City Council investigates PFAS contaminated waste water discharge into Shoalhaven River

Robert Crawford
Updated May 21 2019 - 2:00pm, first published 11:30am
Shoalhaven City Council is investigating how up to 100,000 litres of PFAS contaminated waste water was allegedly discharged into the Shoalhaven sewerage system in March this year by Sikorsky Aircraft Australia, who provide maintenance services to HMAS Albatross.
Shoalhaven City Council is investigating how up to 100,000 litres of PFAS contaminated waste water was allegedly discharged into the Shoalhaven sewerage system in March this year by Sikorsky Aircraft Australia, who provide maintenance services to HMAS Albatross.

Shoalhaven City Council is investigating how up to 100,000 litres of PFAS contaminated waste water was discharged into the Shoalhaven sewerage system in March this year, and ultimately ended up in the Shoalhaven River.

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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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