ENVIRONMENT

More light on Northparkes incident

THE New South Wales Resources Regulator has released more information about an April 4 incident that left a Northparkes worker with serious burns to his arms and face.

 The Regulator's image of the incident

The Regulator's image of the incident

A decision was taken to cut the top portion off empty intermediate bulk containers to use them as waste bins during a planned shutdown at CMOC Mining's Northparkes copper-gold mine. Contract workers...

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