Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Canberra Airport

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Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Canberra Airport

27 Feb 2019

Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) contamination at its leased sites on Canberra Airport. The PSI is part of a national PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants AECOM Australia.

Broome International Airport and fire fighting foam

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Broome International Airport and fire fighting foam

17 Dec 2018

Airservices Australia has recently completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for per- and poly-fluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination at Broome International Airport to better understand potential impacts which may be directly related to historic aviation fire fighting operations.

Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Adelaide Airport

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Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Adelaide Airport

16 Nov 2018

Airservices Australia has completed a Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) for PFAS contamination at Adelaide Airport related to the historic operations of Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting Service (ARFFS). The PSI is part of a National PFAS Management Program and was conducted by independent consultants GHD.

Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Hobart Airport

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Airservices results of PFAS investigation at Hobart Airport

18 Oct 2018

Airservices Australia today released the results of its Preliminary Site Investigation (PSI) into PFAS contamination at Hobart Airport. The PSI included a desktop review of available information and a limited environmental sampling program. The study was conducted by independent environmental consultants from SEMF Pty Ltd.

Airservices to support innovative PFAS remediation research

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Airservices to support innovative PFAS remediation research

16 Aug 2018

The Australian Research Council (ARC) this week announced $8.2 million in grants as part of the national PFAS Remediation Research Program. Airservices Australia is pleased to announce its support for two of the awarded projects, both of which are being led by researchers from The University of Queensland (UQ).