Wyo. firm will pay $49,000 to resolve risk-management allegations

03/12/2013 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Wyoming Ethanol agreed to a $49,000 settlement over allegations stemming from an Environmental Protection Agency investigation into the firm's risk-management plan for toxic substances at one of its plants. EPA inspectors raised questions about the plant's ability to prevent and address the release of hazardous chemicals. The company has remedied the alleged violations, the EPA said.

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