Isu LYNAS makin hot plak skrg nie....kalau projek ni selamat...prove to us by showing the Environmental Impact Assessment and Health Impact Assessment that should be done by DOE state..of cozla negeri Pahang punya...cmna DOE bleh silent pasal isu nie? so, show us the report....so that there will be no more against for it...Tapi kompom la xdak repot kan..tu pasal la DOE PAHANG snyap jee... Prof Zai sndiri pon kesal pasal nie...jgn disbbkan projek ni melibatkan menteri2 yg '''big''' so xleh nk bt assessment...jujurlah dlm pekerjaan kamu...knapa nk smbunyi benda btol
ulasan dr buletin utama plak kalo kena radiasi p jmpa doc? ellloo..utk pengetahuan org2 tv3 n all media....radiasi wont effect us in short term period....ala senang ckp mcm cancer la...dok sihat2..tetiba 10 thn dr skrg sakit...n sah kanser...cmtu gak la kesan radiasi nie...skrg mmg xkan nmpk effect...tu la menteri kita nie time xjd pa bleh la dok kata selamat...it is safe...proven safe...tapi bila jd masalah besar nnt..jgn nak melatah plak...jgn nak kesal bila ada kematian or wat ever health problem encounter...nak cakap pasal isu nie kena ada ilmu...xleh pakai main bt statement ja....
public pon bleh google je pasal effect radiasi nie...x sush dah zmn skrg...so dont lie to public and dont keep promising that everything gonna be fine
jom tgk keratan paper nie
PETALING JAYA: The Oovernment has reviewed the rare earth project of Lynas Corporation and found it scientifically safe, said Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.bleh explain skt review mcm mana? ada buat monitoring ke? ada bt assessment ke?
He said the Opposition parties were playing up the issue in order to get votes.~~~ hahaha...ni lg lawak...xde maknanya PARTI2 lain nak angkat isu ni utk PRU..buang masa ja...isu ni mmg serius pon...xdak kepentingn pon utk parti2 politik tu...public sndiri dah realize so jgn la nk politikkan isu nie....
ni ada statement lg nie:::
The Lynas rare earth processing plant in Gebeng, Pahang, known as Lynas Advanced Materials Plant (Lamp), is not a nuclear reactor, but a chemical processing plant.
Irresponsible parties, however, have been painting a different picture about the project and manipulating the issue, including feeding Kuantan folk with misleading information for political mileage.
Pas president Datuk Seri Abdul Hadi Awang had said while addressing delegates at the Pas Muktamar in June last year: "I like to bring your attention to the Lynas issue, which was raised by our delegates.
"The issue should be referred to our expert. We have a nuclear expert. Hulu Langat member of parliament Dr Che Rosli Che Mat holds a PhD in the nuclear field."
During an interview with a private television station recently, Che Rosli, who is a nuclear scientist said: "They are frightening the public by saying that Lynas is a nuclear plant when its function is only to process natural materials like rare earths from Mount Weld in Western Australia, which has less radiation compared with an ore mine.
"The issue was brought up by the PKR. I've kept quiet and even been given a warning by the Pas information bureau not to comment.
"I accepted it and have been silent. But this is unfair. They have been making comments in every issue of Harakah in a tone we are uncomfortable with."
When asked if Lynas is really a nuclear plant, Che Rosli said: "I am embarrassed. I am also a Pas member. So finally, I decided, as a nuclear expert, I should come forward to speak.
"Let people talk as they wish," said Che Rosli, who assured the people in Kuantan that they need not fear the presence of the plant.
On Friday, Che Rosli reiterated that the plant was safe and the project should proceed as long as the company adhered to strict safety standards and regulations to ensure that the health and safety of the residents were protected.
Che Rosli, an expert in nuclear science, graduated from a university in the United Kingdom.
The Malaysian government has attached strict conditions for Lynas to comply with to ensure the health and safety of the workers, the public and the environment.
The special conditions are: Lynas is required to submit to the Atomic Energy Licensing Board (AELB) details concerning the location, construction and management of a permanent disposal facility (PDF) that will accommodate the waste generated by the factory; the PDF proposed by Lynas shall be located in a remote area away from populated areas, and Lynas is required to give a Letter of Understanding to remove and relocate overseas all waste generated.
All the waste from the plant shall be fully treated, meeting stipulated standards prior to discharge. There will be zero discharge of untreated industrial waste water.
The gasses released from the Lynas plant shall be treated by Lynas according to international standards and monitored by the relevant authorities continuously to ensure they are safe to be released through the plant stacks.
Read more: Nuke expert: Lynas plant is safe - General - New Straits Times http://www.nst.com.my/local/general/nuke-expert-lynas-plant-is-safe-1.51982#ixzz1nT7ZJ4qR
fine la kalo mcm tu...kita pon berdoa utk yg terbaik dan mohon perlindungn dr sgala masalah buruk yg akan timbul...keep on monitoring this project and explain to the people nearby about the project...jgnla nk melenting..sapa x marah kalo bt kilg besar dkt dgn umah kita...nk tido pon xsenang..aishhh...p la cr tmpt yg xdak penempatan ke apaka...