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A class action has been launched seeking compensation for businesses in the wake of the toxic leak in Portland.
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The action by legal firm Stringer Clark comes as clean-up efforts come to an end at the site with the CFA set to begin scaling back operations.

CFA and other agencies filled over 4000 sandbags to prevent the material that had leaked from a ruptured tank escaping and spreading into the waters of the port. Due to the expected hot weather and northerly winds over the next few days the air quality will be monitored regularly.

Commercial and recreational activity began in the port yesterday morning and the roads and the boat ramps are open to traffic apart from a small section near the damaged tank.

Stringer Clark lawyer John Cramp said the leak shut down a key part of the central business district of Portland, causing major inconvenience to business people, tourists and residents. He said the economic impact on local businesses was significant and people who run those businesses are entitled to be compensated for their losses.

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