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State government in West Bengal didn't allow a chemical hub in the state

August 22/2011

(Plastemart) -- The new state government in West Bengal has decided to scrap the proposed petroleum, chemicals and petrochemicals investment region (PCPIR) on Nayachar island in Bengal's East Midnapore district on environmental grounds. The government has decided not to allow a chemical hub in the state because of threat of air and land pollution and a threat to livelihood of fishermen. This week, Bengal will take a call on the proposed ecotourism project, power plant and Polypark at Nayachar, to replace the ecotourism project.

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