SURFACE

Early Beyondie works to combat erosion and avoid washouts

KALIUM Lakes has asked the Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority for permission to carry out minor or preliminary works pending environmental approval for the Beyondie sulphate of potash project, to reduce the likelihood of erosion and washouts.

 One of the existing lakes at Beyondie.

One of the existing lakes at Beyondie.

The company also wants to take full advantage of the sun, and is hoping to time the start of operations to coincide with the optimal time of year for evaporation, which is August through to December, before...

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