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  1. 1831: Smoke and carbon monoxide from peat fires

    This fact sheet contains information about smoke and carbon monoxide from peat fires. It includes what peat fire smoke looks like, what is in peat fire smoke, why we measure carbon monoxide around a...

  2. 1830: Stony Creek monitoring update

    EPA is monitoring Stony Creek in areas affected by the fire. We are using the results to provide advice around human health and environmental impacts. This update includes water and sediment quality...

  3. 1724.1: Ash fact sheet

    Smoke consists of particles that weren’t burnt completely. When the particles fall from the air, they collect on surfaces as soot and ash. This fact sheet contains information about the health...

  4. 1812: Self-assessment tool for small business

    From 1 July 2020, new laws require all businesses to prevent and manage the risks of harm to people and the environment from their activities. This self-assessment tool for small business can help you...

  5. 1818: Carbon monoxide monitoring around Sarsfield peat fire

    CFA and EPA have been monitoring levels of carbon monoxide (CO) in smoke from a peat fire in Sarsfield, Victoria. This sheet provides information about carbon monoxide, and why we measure carbon...

  6. 1719.3: After a fire: asbestos hazards

    During a fire, the amount of asbestos fibres released into the air is relatively low. However, pieces of asbestos material and some fibres may remain in the fire debris and present a risk to public...

  7. 1817: Bushfires and recreational water quality

    Bushfires can impact water quality and pollute waterways. This can prevent our usual enjoyment and use of Victoria’s waterways. This may also lead to the death of fish and aquatic life. ...

  8. 1721.1: Fire retardants and health

    Fire retardants are chemicals that slow the spread or intensity of a fire. They help firefighters on the ground and are sometimes dropped from aircraft. Fire retardants have been used in Victoria for...

  9. 1811: Fire-impacted septic systems

    If your property has been affected by fire, a licensed plumber or service technician should assess your septic system for safety and function. If you use a damaged system, there’s a risk...

  10. 1720.1: Ash from copper chrome arsenate (CCA) treated timber

    Copper chrome arsenate (CCA) is a wood preservative that is fixed into timber and used to protect wood from rotting, fungi and insects, and resist leaching. This fact sheet provides information about...

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