Violation Tracker Individual Record
Saint-Gobain Containers Inc. of Muncie, Ind., agreed, in a consent decree filed in federal court in Seattle, to install pollution control equipment at an estimated cost of $112 million to reduce emissions of NOx, SO2 and PM by approximately 6,000 tons each year. The settlement covered 15 plants in 13 states. Two of the 15 plants had been closed by Saint-Gobain for independent business reasons. In addition, as part of the settlement, Saint-Gobain agreed to pay a $2.25 million civil penalty to resolve its alleged violations of the Clean Air Act's new source review regulations.