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Australia's refusal to accept overseas waste not only about us - Lynas

Malaysia has similar laws that prevent the import of waste, the company adds.

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Lynas touts commercialised waste, silent on risks

Company says non-radioactive waste can replace gypsum, but doesn't touch on other reported risks.

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Yoursay: Now that Australia has spoken, Lynas should be shut down

YOURSAY | ‘If the waste is safe as claimed by Lynas, why didn’t Australia want to accept it back?’

by Yoursay
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Australia shoots down Putrajaya's bid to return Lynas' radioactive waste

We are not going to take mine waste back from overseas, says Aussie minister.

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Is vested interest at work in Lynas?

LETTER | Conflicting statements now being made about the rare earth processing plant.

by TK Chua
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Putting the 'radioactivity' of Lynas waste in perspective

LETTER | As proven and stated, the levels of radioactivity in WLP are very low and intrinsically low risk.

by G J Parsons
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Lynas warned in 2011 that operations at risk due to lack of engagement

Confidential report from Australian advisory firm had said that there was 'urgent need' to win over locals.

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Lynas - respect the science

LETTER | Why do a small number of anti-Lynas operatives continue to use our company as a political football?

by Ismail Bahari
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Harapan gov't must put its foot down on toxic wastes

LETTER | Sustainable development is only possible if the government upholds our the law.

by Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas
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The return of the Lynas bogeyman

LETTER | The opposition to Lynas is based on fanciful imagination of scientific probabilities that do not exist. 

by Arveent Kathirchelvan
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Gerakan delivers paper model of Lynas factory for Wong Tack to burn

Pahang Gerakan Youth chief says Wong's office did not accept the gift so they just left it by the street. 

by Wong Kai Hui
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Lynas reviews rare earths ore processing as Malaysia ups pressure

UPDATED 3PM | As regulations intensify, the company says it sees value in processing near the Australian mine.

by Melanie Burton, Reuters
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Lynas is being unscientific, not SAM or CAP

LETTER | Lynas claims that wastes from water leeching purification are naturally-occurring radioactive material while we claim that the wastes are technologically-enhanced naturally-occurring radioactive material.

by SM Mohamed Idris
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MCA veep: Will Fuziah, Wong Tack concede to cabinet decision on Lynas?

Ti Lian Ker asks whether long-time Lynas critics will accept gov't conditions for mining firm to continue operations. 

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No need for committee to visit Lynas plant

MP SPEAKS | There is more than enough evidence of the activity and waste generated there.

by Wong Tack
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Dr M confirms Lynas allowed to continue operations, but with conditions

UPDATED 5.50PM | Lynas, or companies interested in taking over, must first reduce radioactive levels of raw materials prior to shipment to M’sia.

by Lu Wei Hoong
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