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The Intercept

EPA allowed companies to make 40 new PFAS chemicals despite serious risks

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Port Stephens Examiner

New hope for Port Stephens residents living in PFAS contaminated 'red zone'

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The Guardian

Companies deny responsibility for toxic ‘forever chemicals’ contamination

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M Live

’This is ridiculous,’ chemical companies told about PFAS finger-pointing

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The Herald

Morrison government ducks Senate's PFAS inquiry response demand

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The Herald

Federal Court of Australia hearing date set for Williamtown Red Zone residents' class action lawsuit against Defence over PFAS contamination

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Katherine Times

Infants given sugary drinks because of water quality worries

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CNN

Farmer is dumping 12,000 gallons of milk a day. Here's why

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THE HERALD

Red Zone residents call for "fair go" as Morrison government settles with Qld resident over PFAS groundwater contamination.

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ABC News

Landowners affected by toxic firefighting chemicals should be compensated, MPs say.

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CNN

What are PFAS chemicals, and what are they doing to our health?

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ABC News

PFAS crisis opens residents to compensation payouts after federal inquiry report tabled

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The New York Times

Toxic ‘Forever Chemicals’ in drinking water leave military families reeling

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The Guardian

‘This has poisoned everything’ – pollution casts shadow over New Mexico’s booming dairy industry

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Hawkesbury Gazette

Richmond PFAS contamination: resident's chook eggs deemed unsafe to eat

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The Herald

Williamtown Red zone residents outraged after study finds contamination zone not fit for animals or plants

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The Herald

Defence concedes it might be better for someone else to manage Williamtown contamination disaster

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ABC News

Bullsbrook locals feel like 'forgotten victims' of toxic PFAS firefighting foam contamination

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CNN

'What did we do?' Families anxious about chemicals found in tap water

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Queensland Country Life

Oakey PFAS firefighting foam inquiry brings out landholders emotions

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ABC News

PFAS chemical contamination risk at Gold Coast Airport not explained, workers claim

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The Sydney Morning Herald

Government hit with class action for Katherine PFAS contamination

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CBS News

EPA urged to act on toxic chemicals White House called "PR nightmare"

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Perth Now

Rottnest’s Herschel Lake on list of PFAS sites

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ABC News

Government aviation agency downplayed toxic foam responsibility, documents reveal

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The Herald

Chair ‘dragged’ into role on PFAS panel

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ABC News

Melbourne Airport confirms toxic PFAS chemical spread in water beyond site boundaries

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EWG

As many as 110 million Americans could have PFOA contaminated drinking water

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New York Times

New York Times opinion piece on states addressing the issue of PFOA contamination due to a lack of Federal action

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Katherine Times

Katherine Times reports on the staggeringly high levels of PFAS contamination revealed by resident blood tests

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Politico

White House seeks to block PFOA study

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The Herald

What they know is their communities have high rates of cancer

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Huffington Post

Home to one of the most brazen, deadly corporate gambits in U.S. history

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The Intercept

Internal documents reveal that DuPont long suspected C8 was harmful

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The New York Times

The Lawyer Who Became DuPont’s Worst Nightmare

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The Guardian

'Children are being poisoned': fury at scandal of toxic firefighting chemicals

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The Canberra Times

Toxic PFAS foam contamination identified at nine Canberra sites

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ABC Radio Adelaide

South Australia council seeks answers on PFAS contamination

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C-8 Medical Monitoring Program

The most comprehensive PFAS study ever to occur by some margin – identified at least six serious diseases which were probably linked to PFAS exposure.

  • Kidney cancer
  • Testicular cancer
  • Thyroid disease
  • Ulcerative colitis
  • Pregnancy-induced hypertension (pre-eclampsia)
  • High cholesterol
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