While UCL Resources and Minemakers International (ASX: UCL and ASX & TSX: MAC respectively) have overcome an important environmental hurdle after the submitting an independent Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) indicating that their Sandpiper marine phosphate project poses minimal risk to the local fishing industry, the consortium has more reason for…
Tuesday, 10 July 2012 12:43

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Despite severe criticism on environmental issues, Namibian Marine Phosphate says its development of the Sandpiper project is not anticipated to have a significant effect on hake. A key component of the licence granted to Namibian Marine Phosphate to develop the Sandpiper project, is the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), to assess…
Namibian Marine Phosphate (NMP), a joint venture company owned by Minemakers and UCL and Namibian firm Tungeni Investments, is developing the Sandpiper project off the coast of Walvis Bay. NMP fully supports the right of Swakopmund Matters to communicate with the Australian Prime Minister, the Honourable Julia Gillard and other…
Thursday, 07 June 2012 09:52

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