Venerdì, 19 Ottobre 2018

First of ILVA's blast furnaces to close by November 1


(ANSA) - Rome, October 9 - The first of the blast furnaces
at the highly-controversial ILVA steelworks in the southern
Italian city of Taranto will be turned off by November 1, the
director of the plant, Adolfo Buffo, said in a plan presented
late Monday evening.
The company announced that 942 redundancies are planned at
the plant that is at the center of a heated industrial dispute,
but the workers will be relocated to another factory.
Prosecutors in Taranto on Monday ordered its ILVA steel
plant to close its five most-polluting units within five days.
Managers at ILVA are trying to keep the plant open despite
previous orders to close departments.
The high-profile case has pitted environmental concerns due
to high cancer rates against a local need for jobs.

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