Lake Disappointment SOP road a long one for Reward

THE Australian Department of the Environment and Energy has deemed Reward Minerals’ LD sulphate of potash project a controlled action under the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act (1999) due to potential impacts on migratory and other threatened species.

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Pilot trials back in 2012 at the LD SOP project in WA's Pilbara

A controlled action classification means the SOP project in Western Australia's Little Sandy Desert will require assessment and approval under the act, before it can go-ahead.