Lynas to export LAMP RE waste due to “unnecessary public fear”

By Emma Hughes
Published: Friday, 21 September 2012

Company will send the co-products back to Australia despite being recorded as “safe”

Lynas Corp. will export the co-products from its rare earths Kuantan, Malaysia-based facility due to “unnecessary” public fear The Malaysian Insider reported.

The Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (LAMP) waste will be sent back to Australia despite being recorded as “safe”.

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