Alcoa to consider alternative sites for $1.5B Trinidad smelter project
Dec 26, 2006 | 03:17 PM
| Matthew Lerner
Alcoa Inc. will consider alternative sites in Trinidad for its planned $1.5-billion, 341,000-tonne-per-year smelter project after Cap-de-Ville, the site initially proposed, was eliminated by the government of Trinidad and Tobago for environmental reasons.
"The government approached us a few days ago about different sites for the smelter," a spokesman for the Pittsburgh-based aluminum producer said. "As the project is still in the feasibility stage, we are happy to look at other sites."....
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