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KMML refutes layoff reports

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The public sector Kerala Minerals and Metals Limited (KMML) has refuted reports about the likelihood of a layoff in the company in the wake of a Supreme Court panel directive to close down industrial units without adequate effluent treatment facilities.

In a clarification issued here, a company spokesman maintained that KMML had a proper effluent treatment plant. The question of imposing a layoff had not been discussed at any level in the company or outside. For this to happen, statutory requirements including clearance from the Government had to be met with, he added.

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