NT | Rehabilitation of Rum Jungle mine site in the NT

The former Rum Jungle uranium mine site continues to impact on the downstream water quality of the East Branch of the Finniss River and the Kungarakan and Warai peoples – the Traditional Owners of the land. To address this the Northern Territory Government, via the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) proposes to rehabilitate the site.

An EIS for the rehabilitation project was submitted earlier this year. Jackie Hartnett from DITT, will give us an update on the approvals status and what rehabilitation activities are proposed to address the site’s legacy.

Due to COVID restrictions the onsite event will be limited to 40 people. This presentation will also be made available via livestream for those unable to attend in person.

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There will be no catering at this event but delegates are invited to the Ski Club after the presentation to celebrate the end of 2020 with Christmas drinks!

This event will run off Australian Central Standard Time.

Event details

When: 3 December 2020
4:00 PM - 5:15 PM

Where: Museum and Art Gallery of NT
Theatrette, Conacher Street, Darwin

Cost: Free

Places Available: 5

Contact: EIANZ Central Office on 03 8593 4140 or

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