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Sterlite bags safety grading

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CHENNAI: The copper smelting facility of Sterlite Industries (India) Ltd, located at Tuticorin, has obtained the five-star grading for its health and safety management from the British Safety Council.

According to a Sterlite press release, the five-star rating will facilitate the smelter complex to compete for the `Sword of Honour' given by the Council.

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