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Quebec caught between reducing arsenic emissions from factory and preserving 650 jobs

Quebec’s government is facing pressure to address the high levels of arsenic emitted from a copper foundry in a small northwestern city without sacrificing the factory’s 650 jobs and the region’s economy. Source

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