Trident Seafoods Paying $2.5 Million in Fines for Clean Water Act Violations

Trident Seafoods is agreeing to pay the federal government $2.5 million to settle clean water act violations at its Alaska processing facilities. The Seattle Based company will also spend tens of millions of dollars to upgrade facilities and clean up the sea floor. The Environmental Protection Agency is calling the agreement a “game changer” for environmental practices in the industry in Alaska.

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