Australian National University PFAS Health Study - Final Report Release
The Australian Government, through the Department of Health, commissioned the ANU to conduct an epidemiological study to investigate the exposure levels and potential health effects of PFAS in areas of known contamination.
ANU PFAS Study investigated the exposure levels and potential health effects of PFAS in areas of known contamination in the communities of Williamtown in New South Wales, Oakey in Queensland, and Katherine in the Northern Territory, Australia.
This is the first significant piece of research into the potential health effects of PFAS exposure, including impacts on mental health, in Australia.
An overall summary of the study, along with the full reports for each component, are available on the ANU website.