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"The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better"

A new A$6.7 million (US$5 million) research centre in Western Australia is partnering with miners to apply world-class science to rehabilitate old mine sites.

"The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better" "The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better" "The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better" "The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better" "The industry has taken it on the chin that they need to do a lot better"

Miners are supporting a new research centre to apply science to mine site rehabilitation

The ARC Centre for Mine Site Restoration (CMSR) is based at Curtin University and directed by eminent botanist Professor Kingsley Dixon, who said the local mining sector was a world-leader in

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