Lead stuck at Port of Esperance could ship in March [UPDATE]
Dec 03, 2007 | 11:30 AM
| Andrea Jezovit
Some 9,000 tonnes of lead carbonate from Ivernia Inc.'s Magellan Mine will be removed from the Port of Esperance in March or April, according to the government of Western Australia.
Lead shipments from the Port of Esperance on Western Australia's southwest coast were suspended in March after an initial investigation found a potential link between mass bird deaths in the area and lead contamination from concentrate being loaded aboard ships.....
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