Twin Rivers apologizes for ClO2 leaks

Cindy Macdonald
October 19, 2016
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Twin Rivers Paper Co. has publicly apologized for several leaks of chlorine dioxide that have occurred from its pulp and paper mill in Edmundston, N.B.

According to a story on CBC News, the Twin Rivers plant released chlorine dioxide gas five times. The company says the gas was accidentally released following mechanical failures caused by power outages.

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