CarMax Inc. has arrived at a settlement with the EPA about alleged violations of the Clear Water Act at the company’s keep in Independence, Mo., the EPA reported Monday.
The used-vehicle retailer has agreed to shell out a $119,440 high-quality after “1000’s of gallons of gasoline” were discharged into a nearby creek for the reason that of a corroded pipe hooked up to a petroleum storage tank, in accordance to the company. The storage tank is used to fill up the store’s cars.
CarMax neither admitted nor denied wrongdoing as part of the settlement. The business reported it adopted accurate