Lynas commences operations at LAMP with initial kiln feed

By Laura Syrett
Published: Friday, 30 November 2012

Continuous feed to commence shortly; first revenues anticipated in four months

Australian miner Lynas Corp. has begun processing rare earths at its controversial advanced materials plant (LAMP) in Malaysia after being delayed since January due to public opposition over safety concerns, the company announced today.

An initial feed of rare earths concentrate into the LAMP kiln has occurred, and the company...

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