'Rogue operators' spark EPA crackdown on spray-drift in central west

Sarah Falson
Updated April 4 2023 - 12:47pm, first published 10:00am
Carmen Dwyer, Executive Director of Regulatory Operations at the NSW Environmental Protection Authority, says spray-drift can be harmful to our natural environment. Picture supplied
Carmen Dwyer, Executive Director of Regulatory Operations at the NSW Environmental Protection Authority, says spray-drift can be harmful to our natural environment. Picture supplied

An increase in spray-drift events this season has led to the NSW Environmental Protection Authority visiting farmers and landholders in Narromine and Warren to remind them of their legal requirements.

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Sarah Falson

Sarah Falson

Journalist, ACM

Daily Liberal journalist. I love telling people's stories. Get in touch at sarah.falson@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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