Northern Pulp seeks hard targets, independent panel for environmental assessment

The Northern Pulp mill, as seen from Pictou, has sat idle since January 2020. - Adam MacInnis / File

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Northern Pulp wants the province to give them effluent and air emissions targets before it designs and submits its “mill revitalization” plan for environmental approval.

The draft terms of reference, under which the environmental assessment of the $350 million project will be conducted, were released before Christmas for public comment. They don’t contain any emissions or effluent targets.


Source: Saltwire


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