Taiwan PCB Firms Fined for Environmental Infractions in China


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PCB manufacturers Ichia Technologies and Career Technology have both been fined for violating environmental regulations in China, according to a Digitimes report. China’s Suzhou Environmental Protection Bureau launched recently probes into Ichia’s and Career Tech’s local plants, which have been fined for discharging polluted wastewater, and ordered to improve their wastewater processes as soon as possible.

The authority said it will be monitoring whether the two Taiwan-based manufacturers continue to break environmental laws.

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