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A newly formed committee will meet Friday to discuss the issues of sand quarries and rock crushers in Lebanon, Prime Minister Saad Hariri said Thursday.Hariri proposed forming and heading a ministerial committee that would include the interior, industry, public works and environment ministers. Machnouk said he took a decision in order to put an end to unlawful quarries and rock crushers.Environment Minister Tarek Khatib Thursday told a local radio station that the environmental situation in Aley's Choueifat was dangerous.Khatib warned that the facilities were not adhering to health standards and regulations.
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