A huge column of smoke escapes from a pile of scrap metal in Saint-Jean.
In this report, AIM's responsibility was clearly pointed out. The working group which produced this document after investigation considers that a new fire of the same type is very likely. It also determined that AIM did not have an emergency plan and that the metal piles were too high, posing a significant risk of explosion and fire.
The day after the report was published, AIM issued a statement in which the company explained that it was reviewing these findings and had commissioned its own report.< /p>LoadingEnd of the strike: a welcome return to class, but which promises to be difficult
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Contacted on Wednesday, the Quebec company did not respond, as did the port of Saint-Jean which rents the land on which AIM operates the metal center that burned down in September.