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PETALING JAYA: Rare earth producer Lynas Corp has said that social media posts linking them to videos of a barge containing bauxite sinking in Kuantan waters are false.
KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas Corp is working to select a site in Malaysia's Pahang state to build a storage facility for low-level radioactive waste as a March deadline nears, the CEO of the rare earths miner said on Thursday.KUALA LUMPUR: Lynas Corp is working to select a site in Malaysia's Pahang state to build a storage facility for low-level radioactive waste as a March deadline nears, the CEO of the rare earths miner said on Thursday.
From HAFIDZ BAHAROM of Petaling Jaya.
BANGKOK: The Australian government has expressed hope that Malaysia will drop the restrictions imposed on Lynas Corporation and has also indicated more investments will be made by the Australian firm.
KUALA LUMPUR: As the largest producer of rare-earth materials outside China, Lynas Malaysia Sdn Bhd is presenting Malaysia with an opportunity to be at the industry’s leading edge by developing the downstream sector.
Agreement sealed to commercialise waste from Lynas’ US$800 million refinery in Kuantan so residues can be used in agricultureCommitment comes after protests by environmentalists who say rare earths plant, one of the world’s few outside China, fails to meet safety standards
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has hit out against Pakatan Harapan's decision to allow rare earth mining company, Lynas, to continue operating in Kuantan.
PETALING JAYA: Sungai Pelek assemblyman Ronnie Liu has once again hit out at Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad and said if action were to be taken against him, Economic Affairs Minister Datuk Seri Mohamed Azmin Ali should go down as well.
KUALA LUMPUR: Environmental monitoring shows that there has been no increase in background radiation levels in the seven years that the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (Lamp) has been operating in Pahang, according to the Lynas Sustainability Report 2019.
KUALA LUMPUR: As part of its 2025 growth plan, the Lynas Advanced Materials Plant in Pahang is to relocate the first stage of its operations – cracking and leaching – to Western Australia as announced on May 21 this year.