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Rhodia to Pay $52 Million to Settle Clean Air Charges

1:46 PM MDT | May 2, 2007 | Nancy Seewald

Rhodia says it has negotiated an agreement to spend $52 million to resolve alleged violations under EPA’s New Source Review (NSR) rules. Under the decree, Rhodia will spend $50 million to reduce emissions at eight sulfuric acid production units, and pay EPA a penalty of $2 million. The project entails installing state-of-the-art, emission-control equipment where needed and implementing measures to “continuously monitor future emissions,” EPA says. Rhodia says it disputes the applicability of NSR rules to four of the sulfuric acid units in...

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