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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Isu Bauksit : Pendekatan Putrajaya Jaga Pencemaran Alam Sekitar




DS Wan Junaidi Menteri Putrajaya, DSD Adnan Yaakob MB Pahang, DS Muhamad Safian SUK Pahang dan Dato' Azizan KSU Kementerian Alam Sekitar. Mereka ini adalah pembuat keputusan yang menentukan masa depan dan hala tuju industri bauksit. Beijing memantau serious perkembangan ini kerana Pahang mengeksport 40% keperluan import China.

Sebelum itu WZWH mahu perbetulkan kesilapan statistik yang dilakukan oleh Special Team Probe NST yang salah sumber berkenaan cukai bauksit Pahang.

Mengikut data statistik Pahang cukai bauksit seperti berikut:

Cukai bauksit 2014        RM2.4 juta

Cukai bauksit 2015        RM46.7 juta


Dari statistik ini kita boleh anggar berapa pengeluaran bauksit 2015.

Cukai bauksit per tan ialah RM4 maka pengeluaran bauksit 2015 ialah 11.675 juta tan.

Mengikut KSU Kementerian Alam Sekitar , capasity stockpiles bauksit di 12 lokasi di Kuantan adalah 26 juta tan.

12 stockpiles bauksit yang membukit termasuk 1 stockpile di Kuantan Port.

Putrajaya mengenakan moratorium 3 bulan berhenti perlombongan bauksit. Tapi dalam masa 3 bulan ini semua 12 stockpiles itu mesti dikosongkan bererti dibolehkan dieksport ke China.

Nilai 12 stockpiles bersamaan 26 juta tan dengan harga RM200 se tan maka nilai stockpiles ini ialah RM5.2 billion.

Dalam masa 3 bulan itu diharap isu-isu yang menyebabkan pencemaran dapat di atasi.

Pakar ekonomi meramalkan rezab bauksit di Kuantan hanya boleh bertahan 3-5 tahun sahaja. Ini bererti industri bauksit hanya short-term sahaja.


So industri bauksit tidak sustainable.

Isu Bauksit: Pendekatan Putrajaya dan Kuantan adalah bottom line menjaga kepentingan rakyat Pahang diutamakan.

Segala detail press conference pengumuman Putrajaya  mengenai isu bauksit Pahang seperti dibawah:

  • Masalah pencemaran buat Putrajaya impose a three-month moratorium on all bauxite mining activities in Pahang beginning Jan 15.
  • Cabinet outlined a few steps to be taken by the industry within the three months to resolve the pollution problem.
  • The steps are the clearing of bauxite stockpiles, setting up of an integrated storage area and bauxite waste treatment system.
  • Want the 11 stockpile holders to do mitigation in each stockpile and there must be washing bays. 
  • Likewise near the port, all stockpiles must be cleared because we do not want any dumping there that will flow into the sea.
  • The stockpiles would be allowed to be exported during this time.
  • All the stockpiles will be moved to a place called the central stockpile. 
  • Only one stockpile centre will be built with drainage and filtration systems and washing bay
  • The moratorium period would be extended if the industry failed to implement all the steps outlined.
  • During the moratorium period, the government will carry out integrated enforcement to ensure compliance. It will involve federal and state agencies
  • In order to curb pollution due to bauxite mining, the government had also frozen issuance of the Approved Permit (AP) for mining, since last week.
  • New APs would be issued after the three-month period had been completed and that the miners who did not comply with the guidelines were at risk of their APs not being renewed to continue the mining activities.
  • There were 22 valid AP holders to run bauxite mining activities while the number of illegal miners could not be identified.

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