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Massachusetts Asphalt Company Settles Emissions Lawsuit for $1.45 Million

A construction material supply company will pay up to $1.45 million in addition to repairing and upgrading its plant it Chelmsford, Massachusetts, to settle allegations that it produced asphalt in violation of its permit.

According to the state Attorney General Maura Healey, Raynham, Massachusetts-based Aggregate Industries – Northeast Region Inc. produced emissions and noxious odors that caused a public nuisance in the surrounding area.

“This company recklessly ignored the requirements of our environmental protection laws and the health and wellbeing of its neighbors when it continued to illegally manufacture asphalt and emit odors that deeply disrupted the surrounding community,” Healey said. “My office will continue to work with our state partners to hold accountable those who endanger our communities and the environment for their own benefit.”

Read the source article at Construction & Demolition Recycling

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