Indian Company Ordered to Pay $12 Million for Poisoning Africans

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An Indian company called Metal Refinery EPZ has been ordered to pay $12 million in a lawsuit over lead poisoning of Kenyans.A Kenyan community whose children and residents were sickened by lead from a battery smelting plant has been awarded $12 million (1.3 billion Kenyan shillings) following a civil lawsuit.

The Kenyan court ordered the government to clean up Owino Uhuru, a village on the outskirts of Mombasa, within four months and has given the relevant agencies 90 days to pay out the compensation money.

In 2007, the Indian company Metal Refinery (EPZ) Ltd. began its operations of recycling lead from old used lead-acid car batteries in Owino Uhuru, an informal settlement in Mombasa, Kenya

via (1) Indian Company Ordered to Pay $12 Million for Poisoning Africans – YouTube

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