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Nova Scotia fines Northern Pulp mill about $700 for failing stack test

  • Thu, 12 Oct 2017 02:25

HALIFAX _ A pulp mill in Nova Scotia's Pictou County has been fined about $ 700 by the province for failing a stack test in June. Environment Minister Iain Rankin says Northern Pulp received the $ 697.50 summary offence ticket for failing to comply with the terms of its industrial approval.

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