Lomon Billions TiO2 production hit again by environmental issues

By Albert Li
Published: Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Titanium dioxide producer Lomon Billions will have to reduce production at a facility in Henan in order to comply with anti-pollution measures undertaken by the government aimed at improving the environment.

Lomon Billions Group, the leading TiO2 company in China last week announced that it's Jiaozuo production base in Henan Province will decrease production and discharge by over 30% from 19 September to 31 October.

The move is due to the stricter environmental protection action required by the government. On September...

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