Namibian Uranium Miners Asked to Cut Water Use Amid Worst Drought in Decades

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WINDHOEK, Namibia

Namibia’s Department of Water and Forestry has directed uranium mining companies operating in the country, including global firms Rio Tinto Plc and Paladin Energy, to cut back on their water use in the face of the ongoing devastating drought.