For those that are following the EMSEZ mega industrial project in Limpopo (which includes a 3300MW coal plant, several mines and numerous heavy metal industries), the Draft Environmental Impact Assessment has been completed. Here is the objection to the EMSEZ Draft Environmental Impact Report, that we submitted on behalf of groundWork, Earthlife and MEJCON.
The Applicant (LEDA) has until 31 January 2021 to submit their Final Environmental Impact Assessment Report.
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