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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 9, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDCE HERALD Thursday, September 1. 1971 Study impact on, pulp, manufacturers Costly anti-pollution measures surveyed by government Ily JAMES NELSON OTTAWA (Cl'i I'nlp and paper manufacturers arc being surveyed by Ihe federal govern- ment on the impart of costly anli-pollulion measures on their international markets and do- mestic business. A government official said Wednesday that in addition lo complying with an on small, one-industry IOUTIS in easteni Canada depend on mills, manv of them anliqiiated. FINISH THIS MONTH was initiated in international The survey response to study of pollution liy the 22- meinber Organization for Eco- nomic Co-operation and Devel- opment, based in Paris. Of 147 Canadian mills involved, have replied so far. The survey if to to completed by Sept. aO. In audition to general require- ments under the Fisheries Act. the- Clean Air Act, and (he Can- international study of pollution Bn-lhday liai'lV IJOSlpOUed control, Ihc iiifonr.alion gam-1 I I I at req'iiesl of WINNIPEG (CP) Mani- Conseivalive Sid- cred could lead lo more federal aid for the industry in Canada. Industry sources" said it might cost 5700 million in the next 10 years to stop all environment damage by pulp and paper manufacturers. The average S70 million a year would be in addition to ap- proximately million now spent each year on new capital works afld repairs, and could cripple many of the smaller mills. What is really worrj ing guv- j men! was made at Mr. Diefen- for the birthday parly will be announced later. Mr. Diefenbakcr, who will be toba Conservative leader ney Spivak has announced that I ,c' js cmTently in hos. birlhday celebrations for for- j in Walcs lakcn mer prime minister John Die- ill while on holidays. fcnbakcr, scheduled for Sept. 17 in Minnedosa, Man., have been postponed. Birthday celebrations in the west central Manitoba town were organized by three fed- r. Spivak said Ihe postpon- cral alld seven provincial Con- emment officials is the impact I baker's request and a new date lions. sen'ative constituency associa- ncln Water Act. mills in Quebec, Ontario and British Columbia are subject lo stringent provin- cial regulation. Even after the outlay, the industry faces an an- nual additional cost of perhaps SiO million for operating anti-1 pollution equipment. And the in- j diKtry regards such lures as, essentially, ncm-pro- diiclivc. i Tney would result in cleaner atmosphere and waters, but i they wouldn't add much Ui out- put of pulp and paper. They would add dollars in the cost of a ton cf newsprint. The important impact v.rould j be on intcrnalional markets. I Canada's pulp and paper indus- ln' has been lu't iiard in recent years by the economic slow- down in the United States, Can- ada's principal market. TARIFFS IIUIIT TOO President Nixon's 10-per-cent additional tariff, while not ap- plied lo pulp and newsprint, has hit the fine papsr industry and seme Americr-a customers are switching to sources of supply. The federa1 government has a five-year, program of helping research inlo pulp and paper pollulion abalcir.ent. It also permits fasler-lhan-usual lax write-offs on new pollution equipment. And last June's World Court view wanted on N-lest BURNABY, B.C. (CP) A New Democratic Party mem- ber of the British Columbia leg- islature has asked Prime Min- ister Trudeau to consider plac- ing before Ihe World Court the proposed United States nuclear test in the Aleutians. James Lorimer. MLA for Burnaby-Willingdon, says iji a letter to Mr. Tnideau the World Court at The Hague could rule en whether or not a nation "may experiment in this way lo the possible and probable detri- ment of other nations." Tlie letter says aggressive action must be taken to pre- sent Canada's opposition to "this dangerous enterprise" on Amchitka Island. budget removed the sales tax from such equipment. But some sources say more may have lo he dine by Ihc fed- eral treasury if llic pulp and paper industi7 is going to sur- vive the hign cost of pollution Officials aren't corn- meeting, but note that Sweden subsidizes 25 per cent of the capital cost of abatement instal- lations. An official said the kind of in- formation the pulp and paper companies supply in Ihe current survey for the OECD could have an important bearing on future government decisions on the economic impact of pollution control on Canadian firms. LEADER'S PROTEST PAKWACH, Uganda fReuter) A labor leader has protested to the East African Kailroad Ccrp. that passengers have to dodge elephanls to get to Lie station here Insurance Co. plans layoff of employees WINNIPEG (CP) Contin- ental Insurance Co. will lay off about 40 employees at iLs Win- nipeg office within the next two months because of anticipated loss of business to the Mani- toba Public Insurance Corp. Continental's Winnipeg mana- ger, Frank T. Eastwood, said the lay-offs will affect about half tiie company's employees here. "Only a very few" will be offered transfers to other provinces. Beginning Nov. 1, all Mani- toba motorists will have lo pur- chase a basic automobile insur- ance- policy from the public in- surance corporation. A recent survey by the Insurance Bur- eau of Canada showed at least six companies or groups are in the process of withdrawing from Ihe province, while an- other II will withdraw as of Nov. 1 or curtail their opera- tions. 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