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EPA Fines Two Fertilizer Firms

2:46 PM MDT | October 19, 2009

Mosaic says it will spend about $30 million on air pollution controls to eliminate sulfur dioxide emissions from its sulfuric acid plant at Uncle Sam, LA to settle alleged Clean Air Act violations. It will also pay a fine of $2.4 million. Mosaic has agreed not to restart its sulfuric acid plant at Mulberry, FL. The combined measures are expected to eliminate more than 7,600 tons/year of sulfur dioxide emissions, EPA says. Separately, EPA says it has reached an agreement with Rentech Energy Midwest (East Dubuque, IL) requiring Rentech to pay about $80,000 to...

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