In The News: New $13.2m PFAS and leachate treatment plant opens in Darwin’s Shoal Bay waste facility

12 October, 2022

“Toxic chemicals derived from everyday household waste will be better contained in the Top End with this Australian-first technology.

A Territory council has begun operating an Australian-first technology to deal with highly toxic chemicals found in everyday waste.

The City of Darwin’s new PFAS treatment plant is operating at the Shoal Bay waste facility, which also takes waste from Palmerston and Litchfield council areas.

Construction on the $13.2m plant was awarded to Brisbane-based company Water & Carbon Group.”

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