14 April 2008 09:57 [Source: ICIS news]
SHANGHAI (ICIS news)--Guangzhou Environment Protection Bureau (GEPB) has expressed its strong support for the proposed refinery and petrochemicals complex in the city's Nansha district, GEPB spokesman Yang Liu said on Monday.
“It is appropriate to choose Nansha as the site due to its logistic advantages as a port,” said Wang Dong, director-general of bureau of urban planning in
Pollution has been a major concern of local inhabitants but GEPB officials said that such a project will make use of advanced technology to control pollution levels.
“People’s decision is the most important. Our environment evaluation will include all aspects such as radioactivity, soft ground base and industrial evaluations," added Yang Liu.
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