MP3: Tamworth council admits negligence over failure to notify residents of uranium in water

05.10.2016

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Tamworth council admits negligence over failure to notify residents of uranium in water MP3

A regional New South Wales Council admits it was negligent over is failure to identify elevated levels of uranium in local drinking water. The Tamworth Regional Council took two years to recognise that its own testing shows that uranium levels in several bores are almost twice that considered safe. The region's health department is urging calm, but admits it's unclear what health effects there may be for those who've... Source: abc.net.au

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