Hume Coal Newsletter - November 2018

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Hume Coal Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)

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Hume Coal Response to Submissions (RTS) Report

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Anti-coal activists threaten hundreds of full time jobs in the Southern Highlands

In the coming weeks, a fear campaign will descend on the Southern Highlands, led by the anti-coal activist groups Lock the Gate and Battle for Berrima regarding alleged impacts of the Hume Coal project on local wildlife and the Sydney… Read more

Hume Coal Charitable Foundation proudly donates $10 000 to Challenge Southern Highlands in 2018

The Hume Coal Charitable Foundation has awarded Challenge Southern Highlands $10 000 in the first round of funding for 2018. The Foundation’s Chairman, Mr Terry Oakes-Ash OAM, said that Challenge Southern Highlands provides an amazing service to our local community… Read more

Hume Coal Charitable Foundation supports the Sir David Martin Foundation in 2018

The Hume Coal Charitable Foundation is proud to once again support the Sir David Martin Foundation in 2018 through the contribution of a $10 000 donation to assist in the delivery of education and training programs at their Robertson facility,… Read more

Hume Coal lodges Response to Submissions with NSW Government

23 July 2018 Media Release Hume Coal has lodged its Response to Submissions report with the NSW Government’s Department of Planning and Environment. The lodgement of this document by Hume Coal is the next step in NSW Planning Process for… Read more

Welcome

The Hume Coal Project is based in the Southern Highlands of NSW, and is assessing the potential of an underground coal mine. The coal mining operation will supply metallurgical coal for the production of steel and industrial coal for uses in industry, such as cement production and power generation.

In March 2017, Hume Coal lodged its environmental impact statement and development application documents for the Hume Coal Project and Berrima Rail Project. After a 90 day exhibition period, submissions closed on the 30 June 2017.

The Hume Coal Project is a subsidiary of the South Korean steel manufacturer, POSCO.

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