Natural environment around Cornubia recovers after warehouse arson attack

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The burned down UPL Chemical Factory in Cornubia, Durban.
The burned down UPL Chemical Factory in Cornubia, Durban.
Thabiso Goba

New vegetation growth and wildlife returning points to the recovery of the natural environment around the UPL South Africa Cornubia warehouse.

The warehouse was gutted by fire in July after an arson attack during the violent unrest in KZN.

As a result an agri-chemical spill into the Ohlanga estuary further contributed to the decimation of the natural environment around the warehouse.

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