“In October, the Brisbane Airport Corporation launched civil action against Airservices in Queensland’s supreme court.

Court documents obtained by Guardian Australia suggest the contamination has spread outside the airport’s boundaries.

They also show the airport wrote to Airservices Australia in October 2012, urging it to develop plans clean up, or remediate, the Pfas contamination.”

“Airservices developed environmental management plans to monitor groundwater and surface water, and to prevent the use of contaminated water.

But Brisbane airport alleges the management plans did not require any action by Airservices Agency (ASA) to remove or “otherwise deal with” the Pfas contamination itself.”

Read the full article by Christopher Knaus.