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According to PRC environmental laws and regulations, fertilizer producers in China must comply with environmental laws and regulations stipulated by the State and the local environmental protection agencies. Companies are required to carry out environmental impact studies before the commencement of construction to ensure that production processes meet the required PRC environmental standards. Our operations are therefore subject to numerous national and provincial environmental laws and regulations governing the discharge of wastewater, gas emissions, hazardous chemicals and waste management. We are committed to environmental protection. We abide by all relevant environmental laws and regulations and our Hainan production facilities obtained ISO14001 certification from China Certification Group Limited for Quality Mark for our environmental management standards. We conduct environmental feasibility studies for all of our new production, expansion or reconstruction projects. New production, expansion or reconstruction projects must include facilities for the prevention and control of pollution and treatment of waste materials. Before the new facilities may be put into operation, the pollution control and waste processing facilities are inspected by the environmental protection department and must be commissioned simultaneously with the new facilities. Our Hainan production facilities received the Model Enterprise of Clean Productions award from the Hainan Provincial Government in 2002. In order to ensure compliance with the relevant laws and regulations on environmental protection, Tianye Chemical has implemented measures to monitor wastewater, exhaust gas and/or solid waste. All such waste is treated before being discharged in accordance with the relevant environmental laws and regulations. The management of Tianye Chemical has confirmed that the production facilities of the production enterprises meet the applicable PRC standards relating to environmental protection. Tianye Chemical also conducts environmental feasibility studies for all of its new production, expansion or reconstruction projects. New production, expansion or reconstruction projects must include facilities for the prevention and control of pollution and waste materials. Before the new facilities may be put to use, the pollution control and waste processing facilities must be inspected by the environmental protection department and be commissioned simultaneously with the new facilities.

Pollution Control
We believe that our environmental protection systems and facilities meet national waste management standards and comply with applicable national and provincial environmental protection laws and regulations governing wastewater treatment and gas emissions. Our Hainan production facilities utilize technologically advanced production facilities imported from leading chemical equipment manufacturers which have enhanced our ability to control possible wastewater, dust and gaseous pollutions. Control measures at Tianye Plant for wastewater, exhaust gas, solid waste, furnace smoke, odor, surface and underground water and noise pollution comply with national standards.

Inspections
The Hainan provincial government, through its Department of Land, Resources and Environment, conducts random inspections at our production site in Hainan. The Dongfang City Bureau of Land, Resources and Environment conducts periodical inspections at our production site. We regularly inspect our wastewater treatment systems and gas emissions for compliance with applicable requirements. At Tianye Plant, regular inspections are conducted by the Inner Mongolia Environment and Resources Administration and the Huhhot City Environment and Resources Bureau. We believe that we are currently in compliance with all material national and provincial environmental laws and regulations applicable to us. As of 31 March 2006, we were not subject to any material environmental claims, lawsuits, penalties or disciplinary actions. However, in 1997 and prior to CNOOC Chemical’s acquisition of the predecessor of CNOOC Fudao, rainwater caused a large amount of urea stored outdoors to dissolve and seep into neighboring farmland. The high concentration of urea polluted the soil. The accident was not covered by any insurance. We reached a settlement with the local residents pursuant to which we have made payments to the local residents every year since the occurrence of the pollution as compensation for damages caused to the local community. We will continue to make such payments until the damage is mitigated over time. As of 31 March 2006, we hadpaid an aggregate amount of approximately RMB5.5 million in damages. We currently have insurance which we believe will cover similar accidents should they occur in the future. In August 2005, several local residents in the neighboring town complained of the smell of ammonia emitted from our chimneys; however, our operations were not materially interrupted or affected by such complaint. Nevertheless, in cooperation with SNAMPROGETTI, one of our equipment facility providers, we are currently in the process of planning the design for raising the height of our chimneys to enable better dissipation of our gaseous emissions.
 
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