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Papua New Guinea: Mining co. Lihir Gold accused of water over-extraction & mine waste dumping in marine environment

A media report by Radio New Zealand (linked below) raises allegations about Newcrest's subsidiary, Lihir Gold Limited's (LGL), over-extraction of water for its operations and dumping of mine waste in the marine environment which has detrimentally affected local residents' livelihoods. 

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre invited LGL to respond to the allegations raised. LGL's response is linked below.