China’s Tangshan city bans lower grades of coke
Oct 08, 2013 | 09:48 AM
SHANGHAI Tangshan, one of the largest steelmaking cities in northern Chinas Hebei province, has banned the trading and consumption of lower grades of coke in a bid to reduce emissions.
Coke with a sulfur content of more than 0.6 percent or 15 percent ash is now banned in the city, the local government announced Sept. 30.
The new regulation came into effect Oct. 1, and the relevant department from the local environmental protection ministry will carry out regular checks to ensure the rule is followed.....
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