Last month Changhua County Government rejected Formosa Chemicals & Fibre Corp’s permit renewal applications for three boilers at its coal-fired power plant in the county, insisting that the company apply for new permits. Without the renewed permits, the plant — which specializes in the production of nylon and rayon — is expected to completely shut down this week.
The Petrochemical Industry Association of Taiwan said the central government should help Formosa Chemicals & Fibre Corp and the Changhua County Government should find a solution to license renewal problems as the incident might negatively affect businesses’ willingness to invest.
Negotiations broke down this week, with Changhua County Commissioner seeking assistance from the Environmental Protection Administration to help clarify the permit controversies, as per taipeitimes.com
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