Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE

THE NEW South Wales Department of Planning Industry & Environment has told a meeting of the Independent Planning Commission that Kepco’s proposed Bylong coal project will affect less than 8% of farmland if it is developed.

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Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE Bylong mine impact on farming land is limited: DPIE

Bylong Valley in NSW.

Senior DPIE officers told the IPC that the land could be returned close to normal if rehabilitation using standards employed in the US.

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