Iron sulphate and radiation:Bukit Ketam moves one step closer to the Waste Disposal Business
The proposed iron phosphate deposit facility at Bukit Ketam seemingly moving ahead and Lynas Corp is already paving its way into this proposal.
Recently the The Malaysian Minister of Science, Technology and Innovation made an announcement that all aproval its in place from their side and after carefully considering all options they firmly believe that this facility will serve the purpouse of the community. Whilst the approval has been granted there are still several outstanding items need to be ticked off such as the design, construction, and operation of the site as well as the facility's decommissioning plan.
It has already been announced that there will be over 650 jobs provided at this site and the construction is planned to start sometimes early 2021.
Lynas Malaysia has an excellent safety and delivery/production records to show off and with this project they can further fortify their position within the waste management industry.