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Tarrawonga cops $30,000 fine for water pollution violation

THE New South Wales Environment Protection Authority has fined Whitehaven Coal subsidiary Tarrawonga Coal $30,000 over alleged pollution of a local creek from uncontained sediment and soil from the mine.

THE New South Wales Environment Protection Authority has fined Whitehaven Coal subsidiary Tarrawonga Coal $30,000.

THE New South Wales Environment Protection Authority has fined Whitehaven Coal subsidiary Tarrawonga Coal $30,000.

The EPA alleges that on February 8 this year, the mine near Boggabri on the North West Slopes and Plains, discharged mine sediment from a dam after heavy rain, in excess of its licence discharge limits....

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