Canal remediation to cost Wis. recycler up to $1.8M
Sep 18, 2012 | 11:05 AM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Miller Compressing Co. has agreed to pay as much as $1.8 million to improve the quality of a contaminated canal in Wisconsin.
The primary source of the contamination was a wire reclamation furnace that went offline in the 1980s, and Miller Compressing is the cooperating responsible party, according to city documents.....
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