Violation Tracker Individual Record
To settle alleged violations of the Clean Air Act and the Clean Water Act, AK Steel committed to clean up PCB-contaminated sediments from two streams that are tributaries to the Great Miami River and to remove contaminated soils from adjacent floodplain areas. The settlement also required the company to perform a comprehensive assessment of other releases of contaminants. The cost of the work was estimated at about $12.5 million. The company agreed to pay a civil penalty of $230,000 to the federal government and to spend $750,000 on an environmental remediation project.