Paper Excellence in France: different country, same game plan

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“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,” reports Agence France Presse (AFP).

AFP says that the company has been charged with “emitting polluting substances,” including heavy metals and nitrogen oxide gas, from the mill that is south of Avignon, in Tarascon on the Rhone River.


Source: Halifax Examiner


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