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Health risks from the quarry in-fill – particularly for children – range fromallergic reactions and hypersensitivity, to serious health problems, such as cancer, respiratory illness, reproductive problems and birth defects.

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Kids at risk from toxins

Families living in homes built on a former quarry site in a Melbourne suburb have been exposed to toxic substances including lead, arsenic and by-products of fuel burning. Read more »
A failed computer card control system is said to have caused the leak, which meant the plant didn’t shut down before the overflow occurred.

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Leak undermines Orica's reopening

After reopening after a forced closure of almost a month, Orica’s Kooragang Island plant briefly shut down once again due to another leak. Read more »


 


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