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Company Response

24 Oct 2006

Author:
Norilsk Nickel

Norilsk Nickel response to Blacksmith Institute report, “World’s Worst Polluted Places 2006”

We have read, with great interest, the report published by the Blacksmith Institute concerning the most polluted cities in the world, which mentions the city of Norilsk, and we cannot help but express our fundamental disagreement with a number of the conclusions you have reached and the comments you have made...

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Blacksmith Institute - World's Most Polluted Places 2006

stories | Story 1 Oct 2006

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Blacksmith Institute's "World's Worst Polluted Places 2006" - includes La Oroya/Doe Run (Peru), Norilsk (Russia)

Blacksmith Institute - World's Most Polluted Places 2006