Goodrich To Pay $30M Under EPA Superfund Cleanup Deal

Law360, New York (March 27, 2013, 3:10 PM EDT) -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and aerospace company Goodrich Corp. on Tuesday settled a suit over contaminated soil and groundwater at a California Superfund site where Goodrich produced rocket engines for the U.S. government in a deal under which Goodrich agreed to fund cleanup work for the next 30-plus years that could cost it more than $30 million.

Goodrich will pay the first $21.5 million to remedy the 160-acre BFGoodrich Site in Rialto, Calif., where the EPA said pollutants like volatile organic compounds and perchlorate have...
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