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Lead exports set to resume through Freo

The mining company formerly known as Magellan Metals has been cleared by the state environmental regulator to resume the export of lead carbonate from the Port of Fremantle, subject to a strict set of

Magellan gets all clear for lead exports

Lead miner Magellan Metals has been granted approval by the State government to resume transporting lead from its Mid West mine through Fremantle Port, but says it could be nearly a year before export

Magellan halts lead mining, processing

Magellan Metals has stopped all mining and processing in the wake of its lead contamination scare.

Magellan gets Esperance lead sign-off

Magellan Metals today announced that the Department of Environment and Conservation has given final sign off to all of the requirements of the Esperance Lead Removal Plan.

Magellan Metals in $10m Esperance deal

Magellan Metals, the miner at the centre of the Esperance lead contamination drama, has agreed to a $10 million commitment towards the clean up of the town and the establishment of a community fund.

In Brief: Magellan pushes for stockpile sale

LEAD miner Magellan Metals Pty Ltd has responded to criticism of its role in cleaning up lead contamination in Esperance by asserting that the Esperance Port Authority should take the lead role.

Magellan pushes for sale of lead stockpile

Lead miner Magellan Metals Pty Ltd has responded to criticism of its role in cleaning up lead contamination in Esperance by asserting that the Esperance Port Authority should take the lead role.

Gov't response to lead inquiry report fair: Magellan

Magellan Metals Pty Ltd believes the state government's response to a parliamentary inquiry report into the cause and extent of lead pollution in the Esperance area was "fair and balanced".

Magellan seeks to woo Freo for lead exports

Lead miner Magellan Metals Ltd, a subsidiary of Canadian lead producer Ivernia Inc, has started a community information program in Fremantle, explaining their plans to ship 500 containers of lead per month through the port city.