Hungary urges a Europe-wide ban on cyanide mining technologies, Andor Nagy, head of the Hungarian parliament’s environmental committee told a conference on February 1 2010.
Nagy said Hungary had put a law in force in December 2009 banning cyanide-based extraction technology and the ban should be widened across Europe.
The conference marked the 10th anniversary of a contamination from a cyanide spill on the river Tisza from Baia Mare, Romania, which caused devastating damage to the river’s wildlife.
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Hungary urges Europe-wide ban on cyanide mining technology

Hungary urges a Europe-wide ban on cyanide mining technologies, Andor Nagy, head of the Hungarian parliament’s environmental committee told a conference on February 1 2010.
Nagy said Hungary had put a law in force in December 2009 banning cyanide-based extraction technology and the ban should be widened across Europe.
The conference marked the 10th anniversary of a contamination from a cyanide spill on the river Tisza from Baia Mare, Romania, which caused devastating damage to the river’s wildlife.
Read the full story on The Budapest Times.

Read the article on Sofia Echo

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