EPA gives tick to BHP's Port Hedland plans
Western Australia’s environmental umpire has given its nod to BHP Billiton Iron Ore’s $20 billion proposal to construct and operate an outer harbour at Port Hedland, potentially doubling the port's capacity.
The Environmental Protection Authority today announced it would recommend Environment Minister Bill Marmion approve the development, which will comprise four stages of construction over eight years.
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