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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen in the year to 30 June 2015.
    The Australian government says people who live near coal burning power plants may be exposed to higher levels of nitrogen oxides. Even low levels of exposure can impact an individual’s eyes, nose, throat and lungs.

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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 1kg of arsenic

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 1kg of arsenic & compounds in the year to 30 June 2019.

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  • Jun, 2019
    Skull and crossbones in danger warning sign

    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen in the year to 30 June 2016.
    The Australian government says people who live near coal burning power plants may be exposed to higher levels of nitrogen oxides. Even low levels of exposure can impact an individual’s eyes, nose, throat and lungs.

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  • Jun, 2019
    Skull and crossbones in danger warning sign

    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 1kg of arsenic

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 1kg of arsenic & compounds in the year to 30 June 2019.

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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 640 tonnes of hydrochloric acid

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 640 tonnes of hydrochloric acid in the year to 30 June 2019 – a 97% increase from the previous year.

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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 12kg of mercury

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 12kg of mercury & compounds in the year to 30 June 2019.

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  • Jun, 2019
    Skull and crossbones in danger warning sign

    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 21,000 tonnes of oxides of nitrogen in the year to 30 June 2019.
    The Australian government says people who live near coal burning power plants may be exposed to higher levels of nitrogen oxides. Even low levels of exposure can impact an individual’s eyes, nose, throat and lungs.

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  • Jun, 2019
    Skull and crossbones in danger warning sign

    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 220,000kg of PM10

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 220,000kg of PM10 in the year to 30 June 2019 – an increase of 121% on the previous year. PM10 is small particulate matter which can cause serious health effects.
    The Australian government says it has been linked to increased respiratory symptoms and premature death.

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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 130,000kg of PM2.5

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 130,000kg of PM2.5 in the year to 30 June 2019 – a 181% increase from the previous year and a 3000% increase since 2012-2013.
    PM2.5 is extremely small particulate matter, which can be inhaled deep into the lungs and may cause serious health effects. The Australian government says it has been linked to increased respiratory symptoms and premature death.

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  • Jun, 2019
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    Vales Point Coal Power Station releases 21,000 tonnes of sulfur dioxide

    Vales Point Coal Power Station reports releasing 21,000,000kg of sulfur dioxide in the year to 30 June 2019.
    The Australian government links repeated or prolonged exposure to moderate concentrations of sulfur dioxide to inflammation of the respiratory tract, wheezing and lung damage.

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