Senior manager in charge of the environmental management subdivision at the National Environment and Planning Agency, NEPA, Richard Nelson, says the distillation facility being built by J. Wray and Nephew at the New Yarmouth Distillery in Clarendon, will be subject to strict enforcement.

Mr. Nelson was speaking on Friday at the launch of the US $14 million project.

Richard Nelson, senior manager in charge of the environmental management subdivision NEPA.

The New Yarmouth Distillery forms part of J. Wray and Nephew’s thrust to use cleaner energy to produce its world famous products that are sold on the global market.