NEW YORK The initial
court date in an environmental case filed against ArcelorMittal
Dofasco Inc. by Ontarios 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
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