The charcoal powder remaining from pig iron production, an intermediate material in the production of steel, has made Piquiá de Baixo village, on the eastern border of the Brazilian Amazon, a tragic case of industrial pollution.
August 18, 2016
Petroleum and mining, after destroying and contaminating everything they touched, now want to invade Peru’s national parks.[:]
February 5, 2014
The penalty was imposed because the company exceeded the maximum permissible limits (LMP) for Iron in the effluent discharged into the North Naticocha lagoon.
April 12, 2014
In the territory of La Pampa, lost in the depths of Peru, there is no law. An activity that has 40,000 hectares deforested and polluted waters.