Stop Sunshine Coast Council dumping toxic chemicals (PFAS) into the ocean October 2019

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Eleanor Hodson
Nov 29, 2020
OMGoodness l cannot Believe that in this day and age, stupid people in the councils and government are still wanting to dump carcinogenic poisonous chemicals into our beautiful Ocean!!! How dumb can a these council/gov people be to think on any level that this is okay?????

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Lisa Perkins
Nov 27, 2020
NO

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Noreen Lloyd
Aug 15, 2020
Because we need to clean up our act on this planet! It is vandalism to pollute the ocean.

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Caroline Nicholls
Jun 18, 2020
Without a healthy ocean, we will die. The ocean is a vital life source and it must be protected from any further polution and damage.
It blows my mind to think that with all the scientific evidence we have been provided with continuously since the 1960's, that we still have to fight to save and protect the ocean!

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jamie leigh
Apr 19, 2020
This is insanely dangerous...do not use pfas in the first place!

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peter diggins
1 year ago
Unbelievable that in this day and age with what we know, that toxic pollution is still allowed to be dumped in the environment.

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Shaun Ramsay
1 year ago
We need to look after our ocean and beaches not destroy them

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Lesley Beverstock
1 year ago
Words fail me. You are suppose to protect our community, not haste its destruction.

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Sandra Stewart
1 year ago
Agree

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Paul Tomlinson
1 year ago
Keep our environment clean and safe. As Elected officials this council has a duty of care. That duty means leaving our beaches, oceans and environment in a fit and healthy state for future generations. Dumping a known toxic carcinogenic substance that will not degenerate in to our oceans is not acceptable. This reckless, unacceptable action by the Sunshine Coast Council must be stopped now.