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MRF levy changes to help brine operators

THE Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety is levelling the playing field for emerging potash and salt minerals in brine operations in Western Australia to make sure rehabilitation liability estimates and Mining Rehabilitation Fund levy contributions are calculated fairly compared to other more conventional mining operations.

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Lake Disappointment in WA

DMIRS has released a discussion paper for public comment in an eight-week consultation period that recommends changes to the unit rates for minerals in brine operations, under the MRF legislative and regulatory...

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