Bulgarian Flat Glass Plant Fined over Air Pollution

Sisecam's Trakiya Glass Bulgaria EAD has been fined by the regional environment inspectorate in Shumen over air pollution.

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The Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water in the northeastern city of Shumen has fined a flat glass plant located near Targovishte with nearly BGN 24 000.

Trakiya Glass Bulgaria, which is part of Turkish industrial giant Sisecam, was fined over air pollution.

The fine was mentioned on the website of Bulgaria's Ministry of Environment and Water as part of a factsheet listing the inspections carried out by regional units in July.

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