EPA Settles With Pacific Seafood Over Clean Water Act Violations in California
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) settled with Pacific Seafood-Eureka over violations of the federal Clean Water Act.
The company will pay $74,500 penalty after the company was found discharging wastewater into the City of Eureka’s sewer system and Humboldt Bay’s Eureka Slough.
“Humboldt Bay is an important waterway enjoyed by many Californians,” said EPA Pacific Southwest Regional Administrator John Busterud. “Unpermitted and untreated discharges of pollutants to the bay can harm aquatic life and water quality..."
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