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The Environmental Protection Authority is considering an application from Magellan Metals to export lead through the Fremantle Port.
The lead mining company had been exporting the metal through the Esperance Port until contamination caused thousands of bird deaths.
Elevated lead levels were also found in blood samples of some residents and in rainwater tanks.
Magellan Metals recently applied to export lead in sealed bags by rail through the Fremantle Port.
The EPA says Magellan's application will be available for public review in two months, after incorporating material from the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Esperance lead contamination.
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