MRLs for PFAS in meat only a matter of time

Judith Maizey
Updated February 12 2024 - 4:12pm, first published 4:00pm
Former industry leader, Larry Acton, has to have his PFAS contaminated bore water filtered before it's fit for human consumption. Picture: Judith Maizey
Former industry leader, Larry Acton, has to have his PFAS contaminated bore water filtered before it's fit for human consumption. Picture: Judith Maizey

A senior figure in the Australian meat industry agrees that the introduction of Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) for the toxic chemicals, PFAS, in a range of foods is only a matter of time.

Judith Maizey

Judith Maizey

Journalist

Judith Maizey has worked as a journalist and communications specialist for more than 30 years throughout Queensland and NSW. Working for Queensland Country Life, she is always up for a chat and loves a good story. Contact 0417 546 616. E: judith.maizey@queenslandcountrylife.com.au

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