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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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Thank you to all participants who provided their feedback in the PTA Soils Proficiency Testing Program Survey.  We are very pleased with the number of responses received and the valuable feedback and suggestions obtained from this exercise.

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