CHINA: Proposals for compulsory filter investment for all new restaurants
A rise in complaints about cooking fumes has led environmental watchdogs to develop a scheme which ill mean that every new restaurant owner has to fit advanced fume filters before opening. Existing restaurants will be exempt however, because of fears that more financial commitments could sink a flagging catering industry. "We would only require existing ones to install the new device if they repeatedly fail to reduce excessive fumes," said environmental protection officer Tang Kin-fai.
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