19 Sep '11, 4pm

Chinese Solar Company Vows Toxic Cleanup After Four-Day Protest

19 Sep 2011: Chinese Solar Company Vows Toxic Cleanup After Four-Day Protest A Chinese solar panel company has apologized for a devastating toxic spill at one of its manufacturing plants in August and vowed to clean up the pollution after four days of protests outside its headquarters. The Warriors of Qiugang: A Chinese Village Fights Back The Warriors of Qiugang , a Yale E360 video that chronicles the story of a Chinese village’s fight against a polluting chemical plant, was nominated for a 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject). WATCH THE e360 TRAILER According to reports , solid waste contaminated with high levels of fluoride leaked from a plant owned by JinkoSolar Holding Company in Haining, located about 80 miles southwest of Shanghai, and was swept into a nearby river by heavy rains on Aug. 26. Residents say the pollution caused a massive fish-kill i...

Full article: http://e360.yale.edu/digest/chinese_solar_company_vows_to...

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