ENVIRONMENT

PWCS cops $15K penalty over coal fines spillage

THE New South Wales Environmental Protection Authority has slapped a $15,000 penalty notice and an official caution on Port Waratah Coal Services over an incident at its Kooragang Terminal in May.

 The incident involved residual build up and constriction of coal fines.

The incident involved residual build up and constriction of coal fines.

The incident involved residual build up and constriction of coal fines and water resulting in a small spill from a shiploader's launder system. "Port Waratah takes full responsibility for its actions...

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