"As soon as we got to know of this, we informed the district administration and pollution control board and are working with them to evacuate the acid spillage safely, to mitigate any environmental damage," it said.
The company's filing came in response to a query raised by stock exchanges regarding reports related to acid leak at the facility.
According to the filing, the matter is now scheduled for further hearing today.
Following violent protests, Tamil Nadu government, last month, ordered to permanently close the plant.
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