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Tesla factory Grünheide: Too many pollutants in the Tesla wastewater! Is there a risk of a production stop?

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The Tesla factory in Grünheide is said to significantly exceed the limits for pollutants in wastewater, media reports. The wastewater may not come from production, but from the sanitary facilities.

The Tesla factory in Grünheide, Brandenburg, is once again being criticized: the US electric car manufacturer is said to be releasing significantly more pollutants into the local sewage system than is legally permitted. The Straußberg-Erkner water association (WSE) is concerned and is considering denying wastewater disposal to the Tesla factory. This emerges from a document that… Stern and RTL
is present.

According to the WSE, Tesla has repeatedly significantly exceeded the limits for the discharge of dangerous substances, in particular phosphorus and total nitrogen, into the wastewater system, in some cases by six times.

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