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Toxic Chemical Reporting

Reno, NV: (May-06-08) The US Environmental Protection Agency brought charges against Electronic Evolution Technologies, a Reno manufacturer who specializes in circuit board assembly, alleging that it failed to file required reports about toxic chemicals. The suit was filed after federal officials found violations as a result of a routine inspection in April 2007.

The violations were over reporting requirements under the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act from 2002 through 2005. Records indicate that a follow-up investigation revealed that the company failed to submit timely, complete and correct reports detailing the amount of lead processed at its facility in Reno.

As part of a settlement agreement reached by the two sides, agency representatives stated that the Reno manufacturer has agreed to pay an $80,000 fine to the Environmental Protection Agency to resolve allegations [KSWT NEWS: RENO MANUFACTURER ELECTRONIC EVOLUTION TECHNOLOGIES PAYS $80,000 SETTLEMENT TO EPA]

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Published on May-7-08


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