Providence Metallizing settles clean air charges

BOSTON – The Providence Metallizing Co. has settled U.S. Environmental Protection Agency allegations of Clean Air Act violations by agreeing to pay a cash fine of $52,700 and complete an environmental project worth at least $96,198, the EPA’s New England Regional Office announced today. The Pawtucket company’s spray- and dip-coating of plastic, metal and glass…

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