Researchers worried about coal mine pollution running into Sydney water supply | ABC News

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Experts have warned about polluted water running off a mine site and ending up in a major river which eventually supplies some of Sydney’s water.

Researchers from Western Sydney University have found a “cocktail of metals” in the Tahmoor coal mine’s run-off which flows into the Bargo and Nepean rivers in south-west Sydney.

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