Coal production at one of the open fields

Calls to scrap Bylong coal mine after proposal savaged by commission review

Key information about the impacts on the landscape, water resources and the community are lacking, and plans to develop an open-cut coal mine in the Bylong Valley have been savaged by the New South Wales’ Planning Assessment Commission.

The commission’s review report into a proposal by South Korean-owned KEPCO utility to develop a 25-year coal mine near Mudgee, found “uncertainty and incomplete information” about the project’s risks.

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