EPA, Justice Department and State of California require Lehigh Cement to cut toxic discharges to San Francisco Bay

EPA, Justice Department and State of California require Lehigh Cement to cut toxic discharges to San Francisco Bay
Company to spend over $7.5 million for violations at cement facility near Cupertino, Calif. SAN FRANCISCO – Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Department of Justice and the State of California announced a settlement requiring the Lehigh cement plant near Cupertino to reduce toxic discharges of selenium and other metals to Permanente Creek, a tributary of San Francisco Bay. The facility, owned by Hanson Permanente Cement Inc
EPA, Justice Department and State of California require Lehigh Cement to cut toxic discharges to San Francisco Bay
Source: EPA Water news

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