Peabody seeks new longwall as film about its pollution failures launches

Ben Langford
Updated January 25 2024 - 6:15pm, first published 5:56pm
Poster for the film to be screened in Port Kembla on Sunday.
Poster for the film to be screened in Port Kembla on Sunday.

Coal miner Peabody's plan to add another longwall to its Helensburgh underground operation has coincided with the release of a film about its problems with pollution overflow into the Royal National Park, and the company being prosecuted by the EPA for it.

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Ben Langford

Ben Langford

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