Dominion Strikes $13M Deal To Settle EPA's CAA Allegations

Law360, Chicago (April 1, 2013, 6:21 PM EDT) -- Dominion Energy Inc. will pay a $3.4 million civil penalty and shell out nearly $9.8 million for environmental mitigation projects in order to settle the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's allegations that it violated the Clean Air Act, the agency said Monday.

The deal covers three coal-fired plants — the State Line plant in Hammond, Ind.; Kincaid plant in central Illinois; and Brayton Point plant in Somerset, Mass. — and also requires the Dominion Resources Inc. unit, which denies the EPA's allegations, to cut sulfur dioxide and...
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