Pollution Trial of Canada-Owned Pulp Mill Opens in France

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TARASCON, France (AFP) — A Canadian-owned paper pulp company went on trial on Wednesday for flouting emissions rules at its mill in southern France, the country’s biggest.

Fibre Excellence, owned by Paper Excellence which is headquartered in British Columbia, has been charged with “emitting polluting substances,” notably heavy metals and nitrogen oxide gas.


Source: Courthouse News Service


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