Cranston plant to pay EPA fine

A CRANSTON-BASED chemical processing facility agreed to pay $23,400 to settle claims it violated federal right-to-know laws, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. / COURTESY U.S. EPA
A CRANSTON-BASED chemical processing facility agreed to pay $23,400 to settle claims it violated federal right-to-know laws, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday. / COURTESY U.S. EPA
CRANSTON – John R. Hess & Co., a chemical processing facility in Cranston, agreed to pay a fine of $23,400 to settle claims that it failed to appropriately report chemicals used on site in violation of federal right-to-know laws. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency complaint, Hess processed more than the established thresholds of…

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