Refrigerant Violations at Supermarket Chain Result in $4.7 Million Clean Air Act Settlement

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One of the nation’s largest food and drug retailers, Safeway, Inc., has agreed to a $4.7 million settlement associated with violations of the Clean Air Act’s commercial refrigerant and repair rules. The settlement involves a $600,000 civil penalty and a corporate-wide compliance plan, covering 659 stores nationwide, estimated at $4.1 million.

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