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Tata Chemicals permitted to start Haldia plant operations

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World Fertilizer,

The Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has allowed Tata Chemicals to resume operations at the Haldia fertilizer plant. The plant resumed production on 7 July. Permission to resume followed a sample analysis.

This announcement follows the order to shut down the plant for alleged non-compliance with prescribed norms for liquid affluent discharge.

The plant produced 6 66731 t of ammonia fertilizers during 2015-16, versus 8 68 157 t a year ago.

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