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Proficiency Testing Australia (PTA) conducted a survey of companies involved in the PTA Soils Proficiency Testing Program. 

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A woman from the southern tablelands of New South Wales was fined $28,000 and order to pay professional costs of $25,000 this month after being charged for selling raw milk for human consumption.

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They're called polychlorinated biphenyls, and the Environmental Protection Agency banned them about 35 years ago.

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Proficiency Testing Australia is proud of their suite of Asbestos Proficiency Testing Programs, which offer analysts the opportunity to demonstrate the accuracy and reliability of their results in a vitally important area of testing. 

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The underground mine water flows into the Wingecarribee from this single drainage pipe – currently dispensing 2.6 megalitres, or about an Olympic swimming pool – each day.

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