UNITED STATES REACHES SETTLEMENT WITH SAFEWAY TO REDUCE EMISSIONS OF OZONE-DEPLETING SUBSTANCES NATIONWIDE

Largest Case Ever under Clean Air Act’s Ozone Protection Requirements WASHINGTON – In a settlement agreement with the United States, Safeway, the nation’s second largest grocery store chain, has agreed to pay a $600,000 civil penalty and implement a corporate-wide plan to significantly reduce its emissions of ozone-depleting substances from refrigeration equipment at 659 of its stores nationwide, estimated to cost approximately $4.1 million, announced the U.S View full post on U.S. EPA Air News

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