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September 16, 2014 
A rail track which was used to transport steel is pictured outside a former main steel mill of the Shougang... 
Beijing, China 
A rail track which was used to transport steel is pictured outside a former main steel mill of the Shougang... 
A rail track which was used to transport steel is pictured outside a former main steel mill of the Shougang Group, at Mentougou District in Beijing, September 8, 2014. Nearly four years after a massive state-run steel mill on the outskirts of Beijing was closed to help cut smog in the Chinese capital, little has been done to clean up the contaminated site. The factory's idled chimneys dominate a landscape of rust-encased piping and rail tracks that once fed 8 million tonnes of steel into China's economy each year. The 95-year-old former mill, owned by Shougang Group, China's fifth biggest steel producer, is one of thousands of sites across China where soil has been polluted by industrial and agricultural waste. Picture taken September 8, 2014. REUTERS/David Stanway (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT) 
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