Calif. grocery chain to pay $2.6M to settle environmental allegations

04/9/2013 | Lodi News-Sentinel (Calif.)

California-based Save Mart Supermarkets has reached an agreement with 35 state district attorneys to pay $2.6 million in civil fines and other costs to settle allegations over its handling, storage and disposal of hazardous waste. The settlement was reached after an investigation by environmental and health officials and district attorneys that resulted in allegations of violations said to have occurred over several years.

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