ENVIRONMENT

Mt Weld expansion still pending

A PROPOSAL by Lynas Rare Earths to expand the size of its Mount Weld mine from 505 hectares to 2802ha will be open for a further four weeks for public review and assessment as Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority checks the extent of the proposal’s environmental impacts.

 Mt Weld tailings

Mt Weld tailings

Following the regulation seven-day public comment period, EPA chairman professor Matthew Tonts ordered the proposal be open for a four-week public review period, to assess key environmental factors including...

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