Tata steel plants likely to delay compliance with pollution rules

The UK’s largest steel firm has succeeded in getting derogations for its Port Talbot plant, but is still negotiating over Scunthorpe

by Isabella Kaminski
Tata's Scunthorpe steel plant has ageing coke ovens (photograph: Nick Parkin Photography/Flickr)
Tata's Scunthorpe steel plant has ageing coke ovens (photograph: Nick Parkin Photography/Flickr)

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