ENVIRONMENT

Maxwell underground mine gets green tick

THE NEW South Wales Independent Planning Commission has granted Malabar Resources subsidiary Maxwell Ventures approval to develop a new $509 million underground coal mine in the Hunter Valley to produce approximately 148 million tonnes of run-of-mine coal over 26 years.

Malabar is currently reviewing the IPC’s determination.

Malabar is currently reviewing the IPC’s determination.

The IPC has imposed 169 conditions on the project's development consent. The Maxwell underground coal project underwent significant community consultation and engagement, including through the public...

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