CLAYMONT, Del. (AP) -- Delaware environmental officials say new pollution control equipment installed at a Claymont steel mill will help reduce air pollution in the area.
Officials gathered at Evraz Claymont Steel on Monday to tout the completion of the $16.75 million pollution control system.
The system is commonly referred to as a "baghouse." It nearly doubles the mill's capacity to collect and filter emissions from the steelmaking process.
Installation of the baghouse system will help bring the facility into full compliance with a consent decree with state environmental officials.