for drinking, cooking, toilet water (vapour), showers, swimming pools and irrigating gardens. Exposure can occur via ingestion, inhalation or through
surface waves. Woody weeds Introduced shrub like plants which can become pests, such as gorse and blackberries. Zooplankton Small, free-floating or weakly swimming animals that are difficult to see with the naked eye.
the nose or mouth). Examples of how this can occur include using contaminated groundwater for drinking or cooking, in showers, swimming pools, toilets, water
, and in showers, swimming pools and gardens (via ingestion, inhalation or through the skin). Exposure can also occur if the chemicals migrate through
, it may also cause the water to be unsafe for swimming and other recreational uses. In time, this may potentially impact the fishing and tourism
travel near shore, the risk of blackwater discharges being close to swimming beaches, shellfish gathering areas, aquaculture leases, marine parks
released 1 July The EPA has successfully prosecuted and charged an Athelstone man who dumped soil from a swimming pool excavation, in the Black Hill