SHANGHAI, Jun. 8 (SMM) - Peru’s President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski announced Wednesday the country will use new air quality standards which are loosened from former standards, wenhua.com reported.
Domestic mining companies will benefit from the new air quality standards. Previous air quality standards have been criticized by the mining industry.
According to the new air quality standards, the ceiling limit for sulfide content is lowered, which is the main waste from the smelting process of copper and other metals.
Peru is the second largest copper producing country in the world, with mineral exports claiming 60% of national total.
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