GNW, B&B Metals latest smelters to draw EPA fire over air emissions
Oct 25, 2005 | 12:43 PM
| Michael Marley
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has cited two Midwest secondary smelters for allegedly violating air emissions rules while operating aluminum sweat furnaces at their yards.The EPA's Region 5 office in Chicago said it filed separate administrative complaints against GNW Aluminum Inc., Alliance, Ohio, and B&B Metals Processing Co. Inc., Newton, Wis. GNW faces a possible $104,898 penalty for its alleged violations, while B&B Metals could be slapped with a $96,572 fine....
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