Md. university fined for air pollution
The Maryland Department of the Environment fined Mount St. Mary's University $40,000 for alleged violations of air pollution requirements, the Frederick News-Post reports.
The university, located in Emmitsburg, was fined for failing to comply with visible emissions requirements from a coal-fired boiler and failing to maintain records with regards to boiler emissions of nitrogen oxides. A settlement agreement was reached between the two parties Dec. 2 and the university has paid the fine.
Read more on the fine imposed on Mount St. Mary's University by the Maryland Department of the Environment in the Frederick News-Post.
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