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Glencore smelter to slash arsenic emissions

Glencore will invest C$520 million to reduce arsenic levels at its Horne smelter.

Glencore needs to reduce emissions from the Horne smelter.

Glencore needs to reduce emissions from the Horne smelter.

The company's only Canadian copper smelter, located around 600 km from Montreal in the community of Rouyn-Noranda, will have its operations overhauled to reduce the number of steps in processing. It will...

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