Lindsay Clout says new PFAS research 'no silver bullet' for those affected by Williamtown RAAF contamination

Ethan Hamilton
By Ethan Hamilton
Updated April 12 2022 - 8:13am, first published 8:00am
Frustrated: Lindsay Clout has welcomed findings of Macquarie University's recent PFAS research, but says the results are "no silver bullet". Picture: Max Mason-Hubers

A PORT Stephens resident - impacted by contamination from Williamtown's RAAF base - has welcomed recent findings into the reduction of PFAS blood concentrations, but says the results are "no silver bullet".

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Ethan Hamilton

Ethan Hamilton

Journalist

Ethan Hamilton started as a digital/ print journalist with the Newcastle Herald in 2021 after interning with ACM's Voice of Real Australia/ Forgotten River podcast. Ethan is from a small town in the Upper Hunter and has lived in Newcastle since beginning university in 2017. He has a passion for community storytelling and being part of the region's future.

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