Lynas is an Australian company which mines rare earth in Western Australian which it processes in Malaysia. A community campaign in both Malaysia and Australia is opposing the plant as there is no permanent solution for the disposal of its radio active waste.
Lynas and its missing waste plan
Westconnex EIS company is heavily involved in pushing motorway forward
NSW government is paying millions to global company AECOM to prepare an EIS for the Westconnex motorway. The same company is already helping build it.
Malaysian Police Still Holding Sydney Rare Earth Mining Protestor
Natalie Lowrey, a Sydney-based environmental defender, remains in Malaysian police custody after a weekend anti-mining protest.
Lynas' Waste Plans A Toxic Pipe Dream
Scientists and community leaders are concerned about radioactive waste from Lynas' Malaysian plant but the company representative who took Wendy Bacon's questions brushed off the criticism.
The Toxic Waste That's Not In Our Back Yard
Australian-owned company Lynas is quietly shipping rare earth to a processing plant in Malaysia - without a firm plan in place to dispose of dangerous radioactive waste. Wendy Bacon reports.
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