File photo of QAL
File photo of QAL

Investigations continue into QAL caustic leak

STRONG and appropriate enforcement action will be taken by the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection against Queensland Alumina Limited if the investigation into the caustic leak on June 10 reveals non-compliance on QAL's part.

The EHP's investigation into the extent of the potential harm caused by the leak is continuing.

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A spokesperson for EHP said the matters of non-compliance are dealt with in accordance with the departments enforcement guidelines.

The Observer understands that QAL is also carrying out its own investigation.



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