Sulphuric acid producers fined

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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. 

 

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