The first weekend in October saw four volunteers door-knock Dora Creek, a suburb in closest proximity to the Eraring power station.  An attitudinal survey, which covered the approaching closure of the stations, coal-ash waste and its management and general pollution issues was taken from about 80 households. Information on coal-ash and ways to connect with the campaign war letterboxed or delivered. 
 
The response from Dora Creek residents was mixed, however strong and divergent perspectives regarding power station closure and their impact on ecology and waterways were expressed. Many residents were unaware of the pollution issues presented by power stations and readily engaged with our information.  
 
Door-knocking later in the year in Mannering Park, resulted in connections with residents who were eager to provide hair samples tests for heavy metals. The results of the testing will be published in a report in 2019.