EPA LEVIES DISCHARGE FINES ON 10 MAJORS

The Environmental Protection Agency has fined 10 major U.S. oil companies a combined $838,761 for discharging contaminated fluids from service stations into or above underground sources of drinking water. The companies consented to the proposed EPA administrative orders and fines. The EPA action covers more than 1,800 facilities in 49 states and territories.

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