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Socatur (Société camerounaise de transports urbains)

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16 August 2006

[DOC] Guinness/Diageo response to Quotidien Mutations article regarding pollution at Douala, Cameroon

Author: Guinness Cameroon (part of Diageo)

Guinness Cameroun takes environmental issues seriously. We have made significant investment in our procedures to ensure we take into consideration the environmental impact of our operations. We are also involved in multi-lateral talks with the local...

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Company response
7 August 2006

Response by Socatur (Société camerounaise de transports urbains): Residents of Douala accuse Socatur & other firms of chemical pollution of their neighbourhood.

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7 August 2006
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Author: Lydienne Mouloby Ngalle Bibehe, Directrice Des Ressources Humaines & Affaires Administratives, Socatur

...la SOCATUR à ce jour n’a jamais été interpellée par les autorités pour répondre des faits de pollution chimique ni condamnée à quelque amende que ce soit. De ce fait, nous ne nous sentons pas concernés par les informations mensongères diffusées par...

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25 July 2006
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25 July 2006
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Author: Denis Nkwebo, Le Quotidien Mutations [Cameroun]

Depuis quelques semaines maintenant, les populations riveraines, chiffrées à quelques centaines d'âmes...ont été surprises par une coulée intermittente des déchets d'huile de toutes sortes...En remontant l'origine des huiles noires qui y empestent l...

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25 July 2006

Douala: Chemical pollution in Bassa neighbourhood [Cameroon]

Author: Denis Nkwebo, Le Quotidien Mutations [Cameroon]

[Original article in French. Title translation & following summary of article's key points provided by Business & Human Rights Resource Centre.]...

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