Industry and community across Queensland and the nation continue to rally against the proposed carbon capture and storage (CCS) project that would see liquified carbon dioxide injected into a water producing aquifer (the Precipice Sandstone) within the Great Artesian Basin (GAB).
Carbon Transport and Storage Corporation Pty Ltd (CTSCo), a subsidiary company of Glencore, proposes to inject liquified carbon dioxide (CO2) into a usable GAB aquifer representing a significant threat to one of Australia’s greatest natural resources and subsequently the businesses, communities and bioregions reliant upon it.
The following booklet highlights the increasing groundwater contamination concerns with the Glencore (CTSCo) proposal.
Download the Booklet here.
QFF’s media release calling on the government to abandon the project can be read here.