Update on the Chlorine Dioxide leak at the Worthington-Mackenzie Pulp Mill
The residents who live in the industrial area around the Worthington-Mackenzie Pulp Mill were evacuated as a precaution yesterday after a chlorine dioxide value was found leaking in the mill.
Approximately 30 people were evacuated and were allowed to return home around 8pm last night after the leaking valve was secured.
No injuries were sustained as a result of the leak.
The long term plan is to remove all the chemicals from the mill.
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