Nova Scotia government’s credibility on the line with Northern Pulp decision

An aerial view Northern Pulp, across the harbour from the Town of Pictou. - Christian Laforce / File

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The Nova Scotia government has been adamant all along that “the science” will determine whether it approves Northern Pulp’s plan to treat the mill’s chemical brew on-site and then pour the wastewater into the Northumberland Strait.

Well, unless the science is alchemy, astrology or perhaps political, the Pictou County pulp mill’s plan won’t pass muster.


Source: The Western Star


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