IEC ordered to reduce coal dust in Hadera

By EHUD ZION WALDOKS
March 14, 2010 17:20

 
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The Environmental Protection Ministry demanded of the Israel Electric Corporation (IEC) a detailed plan for reducing coal dust from its Orot Rabin power plant in Hadera on Sunday.


All previous attempts have led to minimal success, Environmental Protection Minister Gilad Erdan said, while coal dust represents a health and environmental hazard to the surrounding neighborhoods, in particular the Heftziba neighborhood.

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