Report outlines steps Northern Pulp should take to build community trust

The Northern Pulp mill in Abercrombie Point, N.S., seen in this file photo from 2019, stopped operations last year. (Robert Short/CBC)

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If the company that owns the Northern Pulp mill is serious about reopening and addressing public concerns about how it does business, it should withdraw its current environmental assessment application for a new treatment facility as well as an application before the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.

Those are suggestions in a report issued this month by the environmental liaison committee established in the wake of the company's failed attempt to get approval from the province to build a new effluent treatment facility.

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Source: CBC

 

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