Human Health and Ecological Risk Assessment for Bandiana PFAS released

Ellen Ebsary
By Ellen Ebsary
Updated April 14 2021 - 1:17pm, first published November 25 2020 - 10:00pm
Carp caught from the Kiewa River in Killara were found to have high levels of PFAS but any risk to human health for swimming was considered low and acceptable.

Signage warning of the risks of eating carp caught near the Bandiana Army base on the NSW-Victorian border should be installed and a PFAS groundwater plume managed, the Department of Defence has been told.

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