Sudbury officials head to Finland to learn more about ‘world class’ ferrochrome smelter

Sudbury officials head to Finland to learn more about 'world class' ferrochrome smelter
Sudbury officials head to Finland to learn more about ‘world class’ ferrochrome smelter
Greater Sudbury is turning to the global force in stainless steel as it crafts its bid to build a ferrochrome production facility for Noront Resources.

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Mayor Brian Bigger will lead a delegation to Tornio, Finland to meet with mining industry leaders from Outokumpu, a world class ferrochrome production facility. The delegation will also meet with municipal, public health and economic development officials. (City of Greater Sudbury)

Finland and the European Union have worked closely with Outokumpu to develop innovative ways to create a facility that is environmentally responsible and sustainable. Greater Sudbury Mayor Bigger says he and his delegation will be meeting with these leaders to gain first-hand knowledge of these best practices. (City of Greater Sudbury)

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