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Wolf Paving Agrees to Pay Penalties for Air Pollution Control Violations

 

MADISON - Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen announced today that his office has filed a Complaint, and Stipulation and Order for Judgment against Wolf Paving Company, Inc. in Rock County Circuit Court.  The Complaint states that the defendant committed violations of state law governing air pollution at the defendant's former portable asphalt plant located at 7308 West State Road 11, Rock County, Wisconsin. 

 

The defendant has agreed to pay a forfeiture of $31,784.  In addition, the defendant has agreed to complete supplemental environmental projects at a total cost to the defendant of $136,433. 

 

Those projects include, among other things, the implementation of an environmental management system and construction of a facility and additional paving to reduce air pollution emissions at the defendant's Genesee facility and Oconomowoc facility.   

 

The Order for Judgment was signed by Judge Forbeck on December 10, 2009. Assistant Attorney General Cynthia Hirsch prosecuted the case.