Catalonia approves ‘banned’ mercury cells

The Catalan government broke EU and Spanish law by approving chemical firm Solvin’s installation of eight new mercury cells for chlor-alkali production, an NGO claimed on Thursday

by Richard Weyndling
Hazardous substances, mercury
Hazardous substances, mercury

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