Ohio glass plant under New Source Review microscope

Global Home Products LLC allegedly violated New Source Review provisions at its Lancaster, Ohio, glass manufacturing plant, the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency said Aug. 16.

The company allegedly modified its Anchor Hocking CG Operating Co. LLC plant, significantly increasing particulate matter emissions, without getting a state permit. The permit would have required additional pollution controls.

The EPA cited the company for alleged Clean Air Act violations and may require the company to comply with clean air rules, fine the company or file a lawsuit against it to force it into compliance.

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