Quantcast (access required)"/>
Home / At the Capitol Today / Aerospace company fined $25k for hazardous materials violations (access required)

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 ...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

x

Check Also

newspaper-620

Capitol Times wins non-daily story of year, 19 other awards in ANA contest

The Arizona Newspaper Association awarded Arizona Capitol Times its top honor for general excellence in its circulation category and reporter Hank Stephenson non-daily “story of the year” for his exposé on the rampant use of state vehicles by top House of Representatives Republicans and their aides.