Columbus Steel Castings accused of missing pollution deadline
Dec 04, 2009 | 10:33 AM
| Martyn Chase
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency has accused Columbus Steel Castings Co. of failing to implement a court-ordered plan to correct major air pollution problems at its foundry on the south side of Columbus.
A spokeswoman for the agency confirmed the move and released a letter sent to Tom Santacroce, president of Columbus Steel Castings, outlining the history of the case.....
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