Tanzania Fines Nine Oil Companies for Contravening Environmental Rules

Tanzania Fines Nine Oil companies for Contravening Environmental Rules (News Central TV)

Tanzania’s environmental watchdog said has fined nine oil companies a total of 5.1 billion Tanzanian shillings over violation of environmental rules.

Samuel Gwamaka, the Director General of state-run National Environment Management Council (NEMC), said the nine companies have been fined after it was established that they constructed filling stations across the country without undergoing an environmental impact assessment (EIA). They are expected to pay within 14 days.

Gwamaka said an ongoing crackdown on oil companies that are operating filling stations without undergoing the EIA across the country has established that there are about 393 companies flouting the rules governing the environment.

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He said NEMC has established that most of the oil companies have constructed filling stations without EIA, adding that the crackdown was continuous.

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