As clean up begins after NSW floods, contaminated water creates further risks | ABC News

As clean up begins after NSW floods, contaminated water creates further risks | ABC News

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The debris that will be left behind as water recedes after the last week’s floods in north-west Sydney, there's potential exposure to bacteria.
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The entire NSW coast has been drowned by at least 200 millimetres, and in some places, more than 400mm of rain.

To put that in context, Sydney averages 132mm of rain for the whole month of March.

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