ENVIRONMENT

Peabody pressed on water pollution

PEABODY Energy is working with the New South Wales Environmental Protection Agency to ensure waterways in the Royal National Park near its Metropolitan coal mine are suitable for the reintroduction of platypuses.

Peabody's Metropolitan mine in NSW.

Peabody's Metropolitan mine in NSW.

Platypus reintroduction was delayed from August to next year following heavy rains and reports of run off from the mine forming a black sludge in the waterways in Australia's oldest and the world's second...

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