Nova Scotia asks for more study of Northern Pulp mill’s contentious waste water pipeline

Darren Calabrese/The Globe and Mail

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The Nova Scotia government is requiring additional study on a controversial proposal to pipe 85 million litres of a pulp mill’s treated waste into the Northumberland Strait.

The Northern Pulp paper mill has become a flashpoint because its project would put the waste into rich fishing grounds.


Source: The Globe and Mail

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