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Ranger on route to closure

ENERGY Resources of Australia has updated the Ranger mine closure plan in readiness for the end of mining in January, with progressive rehabilitation to take place over the next six to seven years.

Ranger in 2020

Ranger in 2020

The country's longest continually operating uranium mine, Ranger is situated on Aboriginal land and surrounded by Kakadu National Park 260km east of Darwin in the Northern Territory. Over the 38 years...

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