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Deal close on smelter waste removal from Mataura

Gavin Evans
Fri, 30 Oct 2020

Toxic smelting waste is to be removed from Mataura’s former paper mill by the end of the year if weather conditions allow, the Environment Court says.Judge Laurie Newhook has been overseeing a confidential settlement process since September after the Environmental Defence Society went to court to try and make New Zealand Aluminium Smelters take responsibility for thousands of tonnes of the material – known as Ouvea premix - stored in Mataura. When wet the material gives of toxic ammonia gas.Today, Judge Newhook said the final d...

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