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Jul 15, 2021

CQ venture looks to dam dirt for mine rehab solution

CQ venture looks to dam dirt for mine rehab solution The project would take natural soil exposed when the water level in Fairbairn Dam is low for use in mine rehabilitation work.

A Central Highlands joint venture aims to take 10 million tonnes of soil from the outer edges of the Fairbairn Dam for coal mine rehabilitation in an initiative expected to create 60 jobs in the Emerald area. Local business Highlands Environmental is driving the project in partnership with Western Kangoulu Ltd – a registered charity…

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