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CMC Steel To Cut Mercury At Seguin Plant

The steel mini-mill has pledged to complete mercury reduction measures as part of the EPA’s National Partnership for Environmental Priorities program (NPEP).

DALLAS - CMC Steel Texas has partnered with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reduce mercury at its Seguin, Texas, plant.

The steel mini-mill has pledged to complete mercury reduction measures as part of the EPA’s National Partnership for Environmental Priorities program (NPEP).

The NPEP program encourages public and private organizations to go beyond regulatory requirements by forming voluntary partnerships with EPA that reduce the use or release of 31 priority chemicals.  Priority chemicals are long-lasting substances that can build up and cause harm to humans and the environment.

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