Feds Seek Nod For $5M CAA Penalty Against ArcelorMittal

By Michael Phillis (August 15, 2019, 1:43 PM EDT) -- The federal government has asked an Indiana federal court to approve a consent decree it reached with ArcelorMittal USA LLC that requires the company to pay roughly $5 million to resolve Clean Air Act issues at four of its plants in Indiana and Ohio and make improvements to the plants.

The federal government said Wednesday it had worked for years with ArcelorMittal and its related entities to resolve emissions and other issues at three of its steel plants in Indiana and one in Ohio. During that time, the company had made $22 million in upgrades to help it achieve compliance and...

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