Environmental Review and Management Programme – Kintyre Uranium Project

Closed 14 Feb 2014

Opened 8 Nov 2013

Overview

The proponent is proposing to construct and operate the Kintyre uranium project. The proposal includes the open cut mining of uranium ore, processing, and the transport of uranium ore concentrate to the Port of Adelaide. The project is located 260km northeast of Newman in the East Pilbara region of Western Australia.
 
Hard copies of the Environmental Review and Management Programme (ERMP) may be purchased for $10.00 (including postage and packaging) or a CD version is available free of charge from:
 
Cameco Australia Ltd
24 Hasler Rd, Osborne Park, 6017, WA
Telephone: 9318 6600
 
A project summary is available free of charge from the company’s office. 
 
 
Copies of the ERMP may also be downloaded from Cameco’s website (www.cameco.com/australia/kintyre/community_information/).
 
 
Copies of the ERMP will be available for examination at:
 
Environmental Protection Authority
Library/Reading Room
4th Floor, The Atrium
168 St Georges Tce
Perth WA 6000
 
Newman Community Library, South Hedland Library, William Grundt Memorial Library, Kalgoorlie, Menzies Public Library, Leonora Library, Sandstone Library, Mount Magnet Public Library, Cue Library, Meekatharra Library.
 
The EPA prefers submissions to be made online. Click below to go to the online survey to make your submission.
 
Alternatively, submissions can be:
 
Posted to: 
 
Chairman, 
Environmental Protection Authority, 
Locked Bag 10, 
East Perth  WA  6892, 
Attention: Robert Hughes; or
 
Delivered to: 
 
The Environmental Protection Authority, 
Level 4, The Atrium, 
168 St Georges Terrace, 
Perth, 
 
Attention:  Robert Hughes

Why We Are Consulting

An Environmental Review and Management Programme (ERMP) has been prepared by the Company in accordance with Western Australian Government procedures and is released for public review. The ERMP describes the proposal, examines the likely environmental effects and the proposed environmental management procedures associated with the proposed development.

Areas

  • Pilbara

Audiences

  • Public

Interests

  • Environmental Review and Management Programme