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Chemours halts part of production due to fear of penalty payments

Summary by Algemeen Dagblad
The controversial Dordrecht company Chemours has stopped part of its production for fear of penalty payments. Every time the province finds trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) in wastewater, it must pay a penalty payment of 125,000 euros. The company does not want to report which production line it concerns.

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