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Darwin gets new non-sniffable fuel tank
Posted on December 09, 2014
Warren Barnsley

The Federal Government says it's hopeful of a reduction in petrol sniffing in the Top End after a bulk storage tank for low aromatic fuel was opened in Darwin.

Minister Nigel Scullion says the Government provided oil company Vopak with around 16 million dollars to build the tank.

Blair McFarland from the Central Australian Youth Link-Up Service says non-sniffable fuel has had significant benefits in his region.

He says he's hopeful similar outcomes can be replicated in the Darwin area.


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