16 November 2011 15:17 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Restrictions on emission levels have been imposed on chemical companies Spolana and Synthos Kralupy in the ?xml:namespace>
Polyvinyl chloride (PVC) and caprolactam producer Spolana was instructed to reduce steam emissions, while synthetic rubber and styrenics producer Synthos Kralupy was asked to switch from burning heavy fuel oil to natural gas.
Both companies, based in Central Bohemia, near
Two other companies in the region, heating utility Pribramska teplarenska and lime and plaster producer Vapenka Certovy Schody, are also facing restrictions, the environment ministry added.
Towns and cities right across the
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