Monitoring Firm Found Guilty

November 2010
Pollution Engineering;Nov2010, Vol. 42 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement by the Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice in the U.S. regarding the findings of the federal case indicting Certified Environmental Services Inc. (CES), two if its managers, Nicole Copeland and Elisa Dunn, and an employee, Sandy Allen, for conspiring to aid Clean Air Act violations, committing mail fraud, and defrauding the U.S.


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