NJ Scores $2M Settlement Over Cleanup From Fuel Additive

Law360, New York (December 02, 2013, 4:48 PM ET) -- One of several defendants in litigation in New York federal court brought by New Jersey's environmental regulator over water contamination by a gasoline additive has agreed to pay more than $2 million to settle liability claims for past cleanup and removal costs, according to a notice in the state Register on Monday.

George E. Warren Corp., a commercial supplier and wholesale distributor of refined petroleum, has agreed to settle the litigation by paying about $2 million to the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, which filed...
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