Skip to comments.Lafarge must create environmental executives as condition of EPA settlement
Posted on 12/01/2011 8:45:13 PM PST by Miami Vice
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has settled with Lafarge North America Inc., a large construction materials supplier in the United States and Canada, as well as four of its U.S. subsidiaries, to resolve alleged Clean Water Act violations.
The settlement includes a fine and the creation, within the company, of the positions of environmental vice president and ...
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Is this the EPA or the Rainbow Coalition?
LaFarge has too many non-union facilties, I suspect.
They’ve grown and swallowed smaller companies for a while and are now a huge player for federal infrastructure projects, so they better learn to toe the line...
I'm not sure how cement can cause problems with Clean Water?
it’s the DUST....I believe they are targeting cement plants now (environazis)
The worthless "environmental" maggots can't find a job anywhere else so the EPA forces companies to hire the worthless bass turds. What a country!
Very interesting. Thanks for posting, Miami Vice. Good article by Michael Tremoglie.