Russian mining giant behind major Arctic fuel spill admits waste ‘violations’

A Russian mining giant behind an enormous Arctic fuel spill last month said Sunday it had suspended workers at a metals plant who were responsible for pumping waste water into nearby tundra.Norilsk Nickel cited a “flagrant violation of operating rules” in a statement announcing it had suspended employees responsible for dumping waste water from a dangerously full reservoir into wildlife.The incident occurred at the Talnakh enrichment plant near the Arctic city of Norilsk, the company said, one…

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