Why return wastes if they can be recycled, Lynas asked
An Australian academician and journalist has pointed out the contradiction of Lynas in applying to the Australian authorities to return the wastes from its rare earths refinery at Gebeng, despite repeatedly claiming that the wastes can be turned into commercially safe products.
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