Bushfire Volunteers has been working with key stakeholders after being contacted by a number of brigades following the emission of toxic chemicals from a timber treatment business that was severely impacted in the recent Bridgetown fire.

The substance has been identified as Copper Chromium Arsenate (CCA) used in treated timber.

If you and members of your brigade were in attendance, the FAQ’s below outline what you need to do in response.

If you start to feel unwell, including the following symptoms of nausea, vomiting or diarrhoea, visit your local health practitioner.

Click here to access the Bridgetown Bushfire CCA FAQ

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