Barranquilla starting clean production campaign

Bnamericas Published: Monday, January 17, 2005
The technical department (Damab) of northern Colombian city Barranquilla's government is kicking off a clean production campaign designed to better manage solid, liquid and gaseous waste treatment, El Heraldo reported. "We are going to sit all the city's companies down with us to sign an environmental improvement agreement," Damab director Jorge Nassar Coll said in the paper. "Initially we will start with 60 industries in the city." The city will design short- and medium-term action plans with each company, allowing between roughly three and seven months to comply with guidelines. "If the companies comply [with the guidelines], we will be in conditions to continue certifying them and otherwise we will be sanctioning them," the director said.

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