Creeks get all clear after PFAS testing
Minister Fyles said research had detected levels of PFAS in aquatic foods like long bums, periwinkles, crustaceans and fish, but those foods can still be eaten without exceeding the national Health Based Guidance Values (HGBV).
Last year, Australian Defence reported the presence of per-and poly-fluoroalkyl substances found in fire fighting foam (also known as PFAS) in the vicinity of some Defence bases around Australia including Darwin and Tindal. This sparked two NT Government s…
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