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China Adopts Emissions Limit for Fertilizer Producers

8:26 AM MDT | May 5, 2008 | Deepti Ramesh

China has for the first time adopted a limit on emissions from fertilizer plants in the country, according to reports. Fertilizer manufacturers that fail to meet the emission requirements would be required to upgrade their technologies, change their processing methods, or stop manufacturing, reports say. China, which is one of the largest producers of fertilizers in the world, did not have a mandatory emission limit for factories, until now, reports say. With this emission limit regulation, the Ministry of Environmental Protection (Beijing) aims to mitigate the...

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