The U.S. and Missouri have asked a federal court to hold HPI Products Inc., a Missouri-based pesticide manufacturer, and its owner in contempt for its failure to comply with a 2011 environmental settlement governing the storage of hazardous chemicals and toxic waste. The U.S. Department of Justice said it filed the motion against HPI of behalf of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and in conjunction with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, which was represented by the state Attorney General. HPI and its owner William Garvey operate a pesticide formulating business with six facilities in St. Joseph, Missouri. The ... Read More
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