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Aerospace company fined $25k for hazardous materials violations (access required)

A Phoenix company that tests and assembles materials for the Department of Defense and the aerospace industry is facing a $25,000 civil penalty for violating the state’s hazardous materials law. In February 2006, the Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) cited Jet Products for 17 major violations at the company’s facility, including improperly disposing of ...

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