The Fourth of October marks the one-year anniversary of Hungary's 'red mud' disaster, where an industrial accident released caustic alumina waste into areas surrounding the plant. In memory of the accident and its victims, the Environmental Committee in the European Parliament voted to update rules on accident prevention at dangerous substance sites across Europe.
Updates to the Seveso Directive, made in the 1970s after an industrial accident in Italy, would include better ch...
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