Interview with Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia. Poole says police are tested sewage water for drugs in WA's south and midwest

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ABC Kimberley, Broome, Breakfast, Fiona Poole 03 Aug 2016 7:17 AM

Duration: 6 mins 28 secs • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00066986788

Interview with Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia. Poole says police are

tested sewage water for drugs in WA's south and midwest; and results show Bunbury had higher levels compared to Geraldton

or Perth. Ghadouani explains what information the sewage water could provide. In relation to the doping allegations in the

Olympics, and the possibility of using sewage testing to determine if it is true, Ghadouani provides an insight of how the test

could be performed.

Audience

N/A ALL, N/A MALE 16+, N/A FEMALE 16+

Interviewees

Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia

Period3 Aug 2016

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  • TitleInterview with Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia. Poole says police are tested sewage water for drugs in WA's south and midwest;
    Degree of recognitionRegional
    Media name/outletABC
    Media typeRadio
    CountryAustralia
    Date3/08/16
    DescriptionABC Kimberley, Broome, Breakfast, Fiona Poole 03 Aug 2016 7:17 AM Duration: 6 mins 28 secs • WA • Australia • UWA - Radio & TV • ID: X00066986788 Interview with Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia. Poole says police are tested sewage water for drugs in WA's south and midwest; and results show Bunbury had higher levels compared to Geraldton or Perth. Ghadouani explains what information the sewage water could provide. In relation to the doping allegations in the Olympics, and the possibility of using sewage testing to determine if it is true, Ghadouani provides an insight of how the test could be performed. Audience N/A ALL, N/A MALE 16+, N/A FEMALE 16+ Interviewees Professor Anas Ghadouani, Environmental Engineering, University of Western Australia
    Producer/AuthorFiona Poole
    PersonsAnas Ghadouani