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Sigma-Aldrich Unit to Pay US Government $180,000 to Settle Clean Air Allegations

NEW YORK, Sept. 2 (GenomeWeb News) - A wholly owned unit of Sigma-Aldrich will pay the US Department of Justice $180,000 to settle allegations that the company violated Section 113 of the Clean Air Act, Sigma-Aldrich said today.


Beside the civil penalties, the unit will "retrofit or retire" six Industrial Process Refrigeration appliances at two production facilities located in St. Louis.


No additional details were made available.

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