R.I. power station company reaches EPA settlement over chemical reporting

MANCHESTER STREET LLC, which operates the Manchester Street Power Station in Providence, was among three New England companies that recently settled with the EPA for failure to provide the public with information about its toxic chemical management. / COURTESY DOMINION ENERGY
MANCHESTER STREET LLC, which operates the Manchester Street Power Station in Providence, was among three New England companies that recently settled with the EPA for failure to provide the public with information about its toxic chemical management. / COURTESY DOMINION ENERGY
PROVIDENCE – The company that operates the Manchester Street Power Station in Providence was among three New England companies that have settled with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for failure to report its management of toxic chemicals. The EPA alleged that Manchester Street LLC, a subsidiary of Connecticut-based Starwood Energy Group, failed to file toxic…

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