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Dofasco emissions case delayed to June 4

Keywords: Tags  ArcelorMittal Dofasco, Ministry of Environment, coke plant, flat-rolled steelmaker


NEW YORK — The initial court date in an environmental case filed against ArcelorMittal Dofasco Inc. by Ontario’s Ministry of the Environment has been pushed back to June 4 from April 2, a spokeswoman for the ministry told AMM.

The case involves 13 charges against the Hamilton, Ontario-based flat-rolled steelmaker for allegedly exceeding visible emissions levels at its cokemaking facility ( amm.com, March 28).

A spokeswoman for ArcelorMittal told AMM via e-mail that the "disclosure materials relating to the charges have not yet been produced or provided" to the company.

She declined to comment further as the matter remains before the court.


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