Safety concerns in face of top waste management firm shutdown

Ljubljana, 5 March - Kemis, one of the two biggest hazardous waste management companies in Slovenia, has been shut down by the building authorities which found that much of the facility near Vrhnika was constructed illegally. There are considerable amounts of waste on the premises still and Kemis is worried about the risk of fire.

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