Michigan-based Guardian to spend $70M to cut pollution

Michigan-based Guardian Industries Corp. on Monday agreed to spend more than $70 million to reduce emissions from producing glass for automobile windshields and office and home windows — and will pay a fine of $300,000, federal regulators said.    The U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency and Justice Department disclosed the settlement over alleged pollution that violated the Clean Air Act at Guardian’s flat glass manufacturing facilities throughout the United States.

Read more at: www.detroitnews.com/story/business/2015/09/29/michigan-based-guardian-spend-cut-pollution/73034958/

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