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State cites 9 companies for pollution violations

Most have paid fines, ranging from $1,900 to $9,300; at least one is appealing the case

By Star-Advertiser staff

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Jul 13, 2013

~~<p>Nine island companies have been fined by the state Health Department for air permit and pollution violations that were either self-reported or discovered by the state.</p>
<p>The Health Department's Clean Air Branch, which monitors air quality and issues air permits, said in a press release that many of the companies cited had paid fines, one was negotiating a consent order, and several requested hearings to contest the violations.</p>
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Nine island companies have been fined by the state Health Department for air permit and pollution violations that were either self-reported or discovered by the state.

The Health Department's Clean Air Branch, which monitors air quality and issues air permits, said in a press release that many of the companies cited had paid fines, one was negotiating a consent order, and several requested hearings to contest the violations. Login for more...



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