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Special Metals faces Huntington sewer, waste fines

September 3, 2013
Associated Press

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (AP) — Special Metals' alloy plant in Huntington is facing $254,000 in city fines for alleged sewer and industrial waste discharge violations.

Some of the allegation violations date back to 1999.

The Huntington Sanitary Board proposed the fine. The Herald-Dispatch reports that the board's staff and Mayor Steve Williams are scheduled to meet with plant officials this week to discuss the alleged violations.

The proposed fines include $200,000 for failing to address nine unspecified violations between 2003 and February 2013, and for failing to address problems in a facility at the plant.

A spokesman for Special Metals' parent, Precision Castparts Corp., didn't immediately return a telephone message Tuesday morning.


Information from: The Herald-Dispatch,



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