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BHP has been ordered to submit plans to a government department as to how it proposes to clean-up a site at its Newman mining hub that has been contaminated by dangerous chemicalsnoticeably denting.

The WA Department of Water and Environmental Regulation has told the mining giant to submit an interim site management plan this month and a remediation management plan by July to deal with the presence of contaminants in soils and groundwater at the Mt Whaleback siteThe premier lef.

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