The province is about to step in and order preventative measures to help clean up the air coming out of Arcelor Mittal Dofasco.
It's to help fix pollution from coke plants that spewed black smoke more than 200 times in just the last 11 months.
Ontario's Environment Ministry is still in negotiations with the company over the details of the order, but the Ministry says the compliance strategy will likley include more repairs to the three coke plants at the Burlington Street East facility.
They are among the oldest in North America.
Air monitoring since last March, by the Ministry, shows the deterioration of environmental controls and a notable increase in emissions.
Details of the order will be made public in the spring.