Ship recyclers plead guilty to violations
Apr 23, 2012 | 11:29 AM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH The owners of a Norfolk, Va.-based ship-scrapping company face prison time and fines for allegedly demolishing a vessel in 2010 that was still filled with contaminants.
Billy J. Avery, 81, and Steven E. Avery, 56, the owners of Sea Solutions Inc., pleaded guilty to environmental charges in U.S. District Court in Virginia. They were charged with conspiring to illegally discharge pollutants, in violation of the Clean Water Act, and with making....
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