/ 19 May 2024

Creecy’s Sasol decision ‘makes a mockery’ of air pollution laws

South African Power Plants Amid Pollution Clampdown
Dire: Sasol has been allowed, for years, to exceed the minimum emission standards despite sulpher dioxide and other pollutants contributing to ill-health and death. Photo: Waldo Swiegers/Getty Images
Life After Coal slams the environment minister’s decision to allow the company further leniency

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