A management plan for sites at Launceston airport exposed to toxic firefighting foam is still yet to be finalised.
A spokesperson from Air Services Australia said the preliminary site investigation reports for Launceston and Hobart were “due to be released in the next couple of months.”
An international Fairfax Media investigation released in June exposed the potential health risks to exposure to the chemicals.
The Tasmanian sites were tested for PFAS contamination in 2016.
Air Services Australia used PFAS in its firefighting foam for firefighting training until 2010.