Dirty Deeds Part I: Insiders reveal decades of dumping toxic waste by Rutherford waste-oil refinery Truegain, also known at Australian Waste Oil Refineries

Donna Page
Nick Bielby
By Donna Page, and Nick Bielby
Updated November 10 2020 - 2:40am, first published November 9 2018 - 8:00pm
THREAT: A Fire and Rescue NSW Hazmat crew inspecting Truegain's Rutherford site in March 2017 following a tip to the EPA about a "chemical hazard" at the site. Picture: Perry Duffin

MILLIONS of litres of toxic waste collected from across Australia has been secretly pumped into creeks or dumped on the ground over decades by a Maitland waste-oil refinery company.

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Donna Page

Donna Page

Investigative journalist at the Newcastle Herald

Nick Bielby

Nick Bielby

Journalist

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