EPA Violation Costs Milford Glass Company Over $225k

Ardagh Glass has agreed to pay a $103,440 penalty and to fund three environmental projects costing a total of about $121,700.

From the Environmental Protection Agency:Wastewater discharged by a glass manufacturing company in Milford into wetlands adjacent to the Charles River will be cleaner as a result of a recent settlement between the manufacturer and the US Environmental Protection Agency.Ardagh Glass Inc. agreed to pay a $103,440 penalty and to fund three environmental projects costing a total of about $121,700 to settle claims it was discharging wastewater in violation of its permits.

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