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Category: Air Quality Texas

12/10 7:45 pm

U.S. Minerals has to pay $393,200 and be under probation after ignoring years of warnings against exposing employees to arsenic. …Read Full Article

Source: BING – Clean Air Act Texas

12/10 5:55 pm

Tinley Park-based U.S. Minerals was sentenced to pay a $393,200 fine and will be on probation for five years, according to court records. The company pleaded guilty in August to … (more…)

12/10 5:26 pm

U.S. Minerals has to pay $393,200 and be under probation after ignoring years of warnings against exposing employees to arsenic. …Read Full Article

Source: BING – Clean Air Act Texas

12/10 5:05 pm

U.S. Minerals has to pay $393,200 and be under probation after ignoring years of warnings against exposing employees to arsenic. …Read Full Article

Source: BING – Clean Air Act Texas

12/10 4:55 pm

Tinley Park-based U.S. Minerals was sentenced to pay a $393,200 fine and will be on probation for five years, according to court records. The company pleaded guilty in August to … (more…)

12/10 4:06 pm

Tinley Park-based U.S. Minerals was sentenced to pay a $393,200 fine and will be on probation for five years, according to court records. The company pleaded guilty in August to … (more…)

12/10 3:55 pm

Tinley Park-based U.S. Minerals was sentenced to pay a $393,200 fine and will be on probation for five years, according to court records. The company pleaded guilty in August to … (more…)

12/10 3:55 pm

U.S. Minerals Inc., a corporation that admitted to exposing employees at its former Anaconda plant to elevated levels of arsenic, was sentenced Friday in Butte to a maximum probationary term, (more…)

12/10 2:57 pm

A company that turned mining waste into roofing materials in Montana was fined and ordered to conduct medical monitoring after pleading guilty to exposing its employees to arsenic. Tinley (more…)

12/10 1:46 pm

A company that operated a Montana plant to to turn mining waste into roofing materials was fined and ordered to conduct medical monitoring of workers on Friday, after pleading guilty to a (more…)

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