Connecticut Power Company Settles with EPA for Transformer Spill

Connecticut Power Company Settles with EPA for Transformer Spill
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BOSTON – The Connecticut Light and Power Company has agreed to pay $47,000 to settle claims by the US Environmental Protection Agency that it violated federal regulations in its management of a transformer that spilled 50 gallons of oil containing PCBs at a location in Waterbury.
Connecticut Power Company Settles with EPA for Transformer Spill
Source: EPA New Regulation News

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