Investigation

Truegain director Robert Pullinger claims the EPA should have informed him of PFAS threat and given him $1.5m in grants to help clean up Rutherford mess

Donna Page
By Donna Page
Updated December 14 2021 - 8:50am, first published 7:00am
RESPONSIBLE: Truegain site owner Robert Pullinger outside court in Sydney. Pullinger has been ordered to pay more than $1.2 million towards clean-up costs incurred by the EPA. Picture: Jonathan Carroll

TRUEGAIN site owner Robert Pullinger claims he was unaware that toxic fire fighting foam presented a danger and the Environment Protection Authority should have informed him.

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Donna Page

Donna Page

Investigative journalist at the Newcastle Herald

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