INCLUDES COMMITMENT FOR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN ENVIRONMENTAL PROJECTS
Companies agree to settle alleged violations of water pollution, solid waste, hazardous waste, oil control, asbestos laws during demolition; settlement includes cash payment, projects to benefit the environment
BALTIMORE, MD (April 3, 2015) â€“ A company hired for the demolition of the former Sparrows Point steelmaking facility and the former owner of the steel mill property are to undertake more than $3 million in projects to benefit the environment under an agreement with the Maryland Department of the Environment.
The agreement, which settles alleged violations of state environmental laws during demolition activities at the site, includes a payment of $1.5 million. Of that, $375,000 is to be paid in ...