FLORENCE, Ala. — Navistar-Cherokee has agreed to pay a fined imposed by the Alabama Department of Environmental Management over hazardous materials storage and labeling.
In a consent order published Friday by ADEM, Navistar agreed to pay $15,000, and to correct violations cited by the regulatory agency. The public has 30 days to comment on the matter.
“They will pay the penalty and comply with the hazardous waste management act,” ADEM spokeswoman Lynn Battle said.
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