Northern Territory Rejects Aussie Mining Company’s Bid to Pump Extra Water From River

An Australian mining company has had its application to pump an extra 1,651 mega litres of water from a local river rejected by the Northern Territory’s water department.
This comes as Australia’s largest water license was allegedly regranted to Singleton Station farm, located 380 kilometres north of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory, after considerations were heard in the Supreme Court, NT news reported. The farm is reportedly set to become one of Australia’s largest fruit and vegetable operations.
Based in the Northern Territory, mining company Australian Ilmenite Resources had applied for the maximum quantity of 3300 mega-litres of water per year to be pumped from the Roper River for beneficial mining activities….

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