U.S. EPA requires Southern California Edison to properly manage hazardous waste

U.S. EPA requires Southern California Edison to properly manage hazardous waste
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SAN FRANCISCO – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced a settlement with Southern California Edison for improper management of hazardous waste on Catalina Island. The electric utility company has agreed to pay a $39,127 penalty.
U.S. EPA requires Southern California Edison to properly manage hazardous waste
Source: EPA New Regulation News

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