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Settlement reached for Clean Water Act violations

Posted: Aug 09, 2018 4:14 PM Updated:

The U.S. EPA has reached a proposed settlement with a local company over violations of the Clean Water Act.

Oil supplier and GPA tenant Vital Energy will pay an $87-thousand dollar fine for various infractions related to its fuel tank facility. The company was also cited for an inadequate Spill Prevention and Control Plan, which the EPA says poses a potential risk to the Piti Channel and other nearby environments.

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