Environmental Scientists Along With Deputy Executive Director Randall M. Dobayou Carry Out a Full-Scale Environmental Monitoring Assessment at Arcelor Mittal

A team of environmental scientists and technicians headed by EPA Deputy Executive Director, Randall M. Dobayou is out in Nimba County carrying out a full-scale environmental monitoring assessment and chemical inventory at Arcelor Mittal Liberia. The team is monitoring and assessing the tailing ponds, sediment disposition, retention pond at Mount Gangra. The environmental scientists and technicians assessed explosive magazine, the bio-remediation pit, the main sedimentation pond, including the geotechnical Laboratory, landfills, wastewater treatment, and incinerator at Mount Tokadeh. The team’s mission is to ensure environmental sustainability consistent with the Environmental Protection and Management Laws of Liberia (EPML).