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Salt maker shakes it up to move forward

GERMAN salt producer K+S has amended its plans for its Ashburton solar salt project, in a bid to get Environmental Protection Authority approval.

Specifics of the area hosting the proposed  Ashburton salt project

Specifics of the area hosting the proposed Ashburton salt project

The Ashburton solar salt project, around 40 km southwest of Onslow in Western Australia's Pilbara, will produce 3.5 million tonnes of salt each year at full capacity if approved. The WA EPA has duly...

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