Ineos hits out over 'crazy' compliance costs

Major chemicals firm Ineos has asked the government if it can avoid the costs of meeting environmental requirements at its Seal Sands acrylonitrile plant.

by Gareth Simkins
Ineos' Seal Sands acrylonitrile plant. Stephen-McKay / Geograph
Ineos' Seal Sands acrylonitrile plant. Stephen-McKay / Geograph

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