Air-quality monitoring recommended for state's mines

By Duncan Murray
Updated December 15 2023 - 4:35pm, first published 4:30pm
Residents living near the Cadia gold mine were concerned about air quality from the site. (HANDOUT/NEWCREST MINING)
Residents living near the Cadia gold mine were concerned about air quality from the site. (HANDOUT/NEWCREST MINING)

The public should have access to air-quality data from all NSW mine sites amid concerns about the facilities' impacts on health and the environment, an inquiry has found.

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