Save the Bylong Valley

Save the Bylong Valley

The dangerous Bylong mine in the Bylong Valley has not yet been approved.  You can have your final say on the project by making a submission to the Planning Commission, before it’s too late.

The dangerous Bylong mine in the Bylong Valley has not yet been approved.  You can have your final say on the project by making a submission to the Planning Commission, before it’s too late.

Email the Independent Planning Commission

Let the Commission know that the mine should be rejected, particularly in light of:

  1. New information that the project will cause 35 water bores to decline by more than 2m on the land KEPCO has bought, which means that the Aquifer Interference Policy must be re-applied

  2. Confirmation that the mine will produce 197 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, which is five times what the Rocky Hill mine would have produced ...

Let the Commission know that the mine should be rejected, particularly in light of:

  1. New information that the project will cause 35 water bores to decline by more than 2m on the land KEPCO has bought, which means that the Aquifer Interference Policy must be re-applied

  2. Confirmation that the mine will produce 197 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, which is five times what the Rocky Hill mine would have produced, and KEPCO has not properly considered the climate change impact in accordance with NSW policies

 

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