Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Heavy Metals Found in Hunter Homes

BY GRACE LANCASTER

An ongoing study conducted by Macquarie University Researchers is discovering substantial levels of dangerous heavy metals in a number of homes around inner Newcastle.

Dust samples from homes in Carrington, Tighes Hill and Waratah uncovered harmful amounts of lead, manganese, zinc and chromium, reportedly due to their proximity to Newcastle's historic steel industry.

Researchers are yet to provide conclusive evidence as to the extent of possible health risks involved. 

For more information and to participate in the study visit: http://www.360dustanalysis.com/. 

The Former BHP Steel Works. Image: The Land

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