Taranaki Seabed Mining Application Declined

Taranaki Seabed Mining Application Declined

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An application to mine ironsands off the south Taranaki coast has been declined.

In today’s decision, the Environmental Protection Agency said the major reason for refusing consent was the uncertainty around the scope and significance of potential environmental effects…

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