Chatham Rock consent decision due in January

Fri, 12 Dec 2014

By Paul McBeth Dec. 12 (BusinessDesk) - The Environmental Protection Agency's decision-making committee considering the consent for would-be phosphate miner Chatham Rock Phosphate has closed its hearing, and is expected to make a ruling on the project next month. The committee formally closed hearings today, and has 20 working days to make its decision, which given the Christmas holidays, is expected to be early next year, it said in a statement. The two-month public hearing adjourned last month for the committee to consider the informati...

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