Sulphuric acid producers fined
Published: Friday, 16 January 2009
Three Canadian companies agree to cut sulphur dioxide emissions by 3,000 tpa and pay $700,000 fine
Three Canadian sulphuric acid manufacturers have been fined $700,000 by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Justice Department over sulphur dioxide (SO2) pollution and have also agreed to reduce 3,000 tpa of emissions by 2013 between them.
Toronto-based Chemtrade Logistics Inc. and Chemtrade Refinery Services...