Westminster, Mass. Company Settles with EPA for Claims of Clean Water Violations

Westminster, Mass. Company Settles with EPA for Claims of Clean Water Violations
BOSTON – A Massachusetts resins manufacturer has agreed to pay a $38,860 penalty to settle claims by the US Environmental Protection Agency that it violated federal clean water laws. EPA’s allegations involve an incident on Sept. 30, 2014 when employees of Advance Coatings Co. in Westminster, Mass. were routinely filling containers with Styrene, a chemical compound used in making resins
Westminster, Mass. Company Settles with EPA for Claims of Clean Water Violations
Source: EPA Water news

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