Topic: Lynas Malaysia
Anti-Lynas group to protest today
KUANTAN: Four months after its last demonstration, the Save Malaysia, Stop Lynas (SMSL) group will once again rally today to protest against the government’s latest move to renew Lynas Malaysia’s licence for another six months.
Firm confident of getting PDF in six months
KUANTAN: Lynas Malaysia is confident of obtaining consent for the location of a permanent deposit facility (PDF) for its water leach purification (WLP) residue within six months.
Why renew Lynas’ licence?
PETALING JAYA: MCA president Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has taken a swipe at the Pakatan Harapan government for renewing rare earth producer Lynas Malaysia’s licence despite earlier promises to get rid of the plant.
Wee blasts Pakatan over Lynas' licence renewal
PETALING JAYA: Datuk Seri Dr Wee Ka Siong has taken a swipe at the Pakatan Harapan government for renewing rare earth producer Lynas Malaysia’s licence despite earlier promises to get rid of the plant.
Lynas gets six more months
PETALING JAYA: The operating licence for Gebeng-based rare earth producer Lynas Malaysia will be extended for six months beginning Sept 3, although it comes with stricter conditions governing waste handling.
DAP MP demands Pakatan rein in Dr M
KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 12 — Klang MP Charles Santiago accused Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad of unilateralism today and told the Pakatan Harapan (PH) presidential council to curb the “minority ...
The truth about Lynas
I am the managing director of Lynas Malaysia and I’m writing to you on behalf of our employees and contractors and their families.
Lynas Malaysia’s residues stored safely
LETTER | The Pakatan Harapan government’s 2018 Executive Review Committee found Lynas Malaysia’s operations are low-risk, compliant with relevant regulations and that residue storage facilities ar...
Fuziah: Lynas must solve waste problem first
KUANTAN: It is mandatory for Lynas Malaysia to solve the problem of waste from its rare earth processing plant here, even if it intended to move its operations to other countries.
NUF material can save millions of ringgit: Lynas
KUALA LUMPUR: The Malaysian government would be able to save millions by using the Neutralisation Underflow Residue (NUF) being produced locally by Lynas Malaysia to replace the gypsum material which ...
Lynas touts commercialised waste, silent on risks
Lynas Malaysia today touted the potential commercialisation of its neutralisation underflow residue (NUF) waste, including its application as a soil ameliorant to enhance crop productivity and constru...
Lynas: Govt can save millions using NUF in place of gypsum
KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama): The government could save millions of ringgit by using Lynas' Neutralisation Underflow Residue (NUF) to replace the gypsum material that the country has been importing for the construction industry, says Lynas Malaysia managing director Datuk Mashal Ahmad.
Lynas - respect the science
LETTER | Lynas Malaysia is a lawful company and we believe all assessments of our operations should be based on scientific facts and evidence.
Lynas is being unscientific, not SAM or CAP
LETTER | Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) and the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) refer to the letter by Lynas Malaysia reported in Malaysiakini on 5 April 2019, which says that our recent statements...
PM: Decontaminate raw materials first
PUTRAJAYA: Lynas Malaysia or any other rare earth mining company can operate in Malaysia if it can first decontaminate its raw materials before bringing them into the country, said Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad after several ministers traded barbs this week over the plant’s operation.
CAP, SAM respond to Lynas, say its claims are unscientific
KUANTAN: Sahabat Alam Malaysia (SAM) and the Consumers Association of Penang (CAP) president S.M. Mohamed Idris says that Lynas Malaysia's latest statement on its water leach purification (WLP) residue was “unscientific and defied common sense and logic”.
Lynas ready to comply with storage advice
KUANTAN: Lynas Malaysia is prepared to comply with the executive review committee’s recommendation to store its water leach purification (WLP) residue in a permanent disposal facility (PDF).
Lynas appeals against ministry order
KUANTAN: Lynas Malaysia is appealing against the Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change Ministry’s decision to have the company remove its residue from the country.