Salad maker hit with $67K in fines for violating Clean Water Act

July 3, 2018
EPA says processing plant didn't have the required documents, training to stop contaminated stormwater from entering waterways.
The Salinas Californian

SALINAS, CA, JULY 2, 2018 -- Taylor Farms Retail Inc. will pay $67,640 in fines for improperly discharging industrial stormwater at its Salinas plant, federal officials said. The Environmental Protection Agency reached the settlement with Taylor Farms after inspectors found its Salinas warehouse and food processing plant didn't have the required documents and training on stopping contaminated stormwater from entering waterways.

Since then, Taylor Farms has come into compliance, the agency said. Read more at The Salinas Californian

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