Wagga PFAS: San Isidore residents seek answers from Defence, Council

Catie McLeod
By Catie McLeod
Updated May 30 2021 - 11:13pm, first published May 21 2021 - 10:00am
TRAPPED: San Isidore resident Cheryl Balkwill is desperate to sell her home and says her life has been badly affected by the results of a 2019 PFAS investigation. Picture: Les Smith

Distressed residents are fighting for answers from the Department of Defence and Wagga City Council over toxic chemicals that have leached out of the Kapooka army base and contaminated their properties.

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Catie McLeod

Catie McLeod

Journalist

Catie is a reporter at The Daily Advertiser covering health and Wagga City Council. You can contact her on c.mcleod@dailyadvertiser.com.au or 0475 819 651.