The Friends of the Everglades claim the U.S. EPA violated the Clean Water Act in a June 13 Final Rule that allows polluted water to be sent from one navigable water to another, in Miami Federal Court. (For a story on a similar complaint, in Manhattan Federal Court, see ‘EPA Blows Off Water Pollution Law’ in the main news column on today’s CNS page.)
Pfizer will pay $975,000 for Clean Air Act violations at its plant in Groton, Conn., under a consent decree in Bridgeport Federal Court.
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