Fontana, Ontario companies correct environmental violations

   Two Inland Empire companies that voluntarily disclosed and corrected environmental violations have seen penalties waived by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It’s the result of an EPA policy that has been successful in getting companies to make good-faith efforts in self-policing their own environmental compliance.

   The recent self-disclosure cases had potential penalties for Fontana-based Vista Metals Corp. of $164,000 and for Ontario-based Johnson Bateman Co. of $87,100 for environmental violations that the agency determined caused no serious or actual harm to human health or the environment.  Altogether, 15 companies across California avoided about $1.6 million in penalties.

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