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EPA, WPSC reach emissions agreement

Utility faces $7.2 million in fines, mitigation projects

7:52 PM, Jan. 4, 2013
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Wisconsin Public Service Corp. reached an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Justice to pay fines and make changes to coal-fired power plants to reduce sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide emissions.

The agreement, which includes fines and environmental-mitigation projects of about $7.2 million, stems from investigations the EPA began in 2000 and included many utilities throughout the nation. The EPA, which announced the agreement Friday, said it was the 25th such settlement and includes the Public Service power plants in Rothschild.

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