CLAN LABS: WHAT TO LOOK FOR

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Metropolitan -

Ex­ter­nal signs ■ Pro­longed chem­i­cal odours com­ing from the build­ing, rub­bish or from de­tached build­ings. ■ Ex­haust fans run­ning at odd times. ■ Fre­quent vis­i­tors at odd hours. ■ Win­dows blacked out or cur­tains al­ways

drawn. In­ter­nal signs ■ Lab­o­ra­tory glass­ware, equip­ment and

doc­u­ments. ■ Con­tain­ers con­tain­ing clear liq­uids with a chalky coloured sludge or solid on the bot­tom. Con­tain­ers with two lay­ered liq­uids in them, one dark coloured, one clear to pale yel­low. Used cof­fee fil­ters con­tain­ing ei­ther a white pasty or red­dish brown sub­stance.

If you do sus­pect il­le­gal ac­tiv­ity tak­ing place in your neigh­bour­hood con­tact: WA Health: En­vi­ron­men­tal Health Di­rec­torate on 9388 4999 or clan­lab@health.wa.gov.au Lo­cal gov­ern­ment: The en­vi­ron­men­tal health of­fi­cer http://dlg.wa.gov.au Depart­ment of En­vi­ron­ment Reg­u­la­tion: Pol­lu­tion Watch Hot­line on 1300 784 782 or pol­lu­tion­watch@der.wa.gov.au Crime Stop­pers: 1800 333 000

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