EPA boost fines for violations

January 1997
Chemical Market Reporter;1/6/97, Vol. 251 Issue 1, p33
Trade Publication
Reports that the maximum civil and administrative fines for violations of virtually all federal environmental statutes will increase by ten percent at the end of January 1997 according to the Environmental Protection Agency.


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