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Environmental News FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Lenexa, Kan., Feb. 13, 2013) - Koch Nitrogen Company LLC has agreed to pay a $380,000 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the Clean Air Act at facilities in Iowa and Kansas. Inspections of three of Koch’s facilities in 2007 and 2009 revealed violations of the risk management program required by the Clean Air Act. The inspected facilities are in Fort Dodge and Marshalltown, Iowa, and Dodge City, Kan
Environmental News FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Kansas City, Kan., June 21, 2012) - Russell Stover Candies, Inc., has agreed to pay a $585,000 civil penalty to settle alleged violations of the federal Clean Water Act at its facility in Iola, Kan., the U.S. Department of Justice and the Environmental Protection Agency announced today. In June 2008, EPA performed an audit of the City of Iola’s pretreatment implementation activities
(New York, N.Y.) The city of Perth Amboy, N.J., has agreed to make major improvements in its combined sewer system to protect people’s health and water quality under a legal agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Under the agreement, which was lodged by the Department of Justice in federal court today, the city will reduce the amount of sewage and other pollutants that flow out of 16 combined sewer points into the Raritan River and Arthur Kill
Region 6 News Release: 12-1115-DAL June 8, 2012 Contact: Elizabeth ToddJuan Rodriguez Phone: 972-850-4710972-850-4709 Email: US Labor Department's OSHA ci
PHILADELPHIA – (May 31, 2012) --- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has reached a settlement with Precision National Plating Services, Inc. on a plan to clean up groundwater and surface water contamination at a site in Clarks Summit, Pa. where the company had operated a chrome plating facility from 1958 to 1999. EPA has been overseeing Precision’s cleanup activities at the site since 1991
Environmental News FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Kansas City, Kan., May 29, 2012) - Swiss Valley Farms Cooperative, a cheese manufacturer, has agreed to pay a $33,880 civil penalty to the United States to settle two violations of environmental regulations related to the public reporting of toxic chemicals at its facility in Luana, Iowa. In settlement of this matter, Swiss Valley Farms Cooperative will also complete a supplemental environmental project
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