Science & Environment

Shell settles state, U.S. clear air violations at Louisiana plant

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Royal Dutch Shell Plc’s Shell Chemical LP will set up a $10 million air pollution monitoring and management system at its Norco, Louisiana, chemical plant as a part of a settlement over allegations it violated the Clear Air Act, the U.S. Division of Justice mentioned on Monday.

In an announcement, the division mentioned Shell Chemical would additionally pay $350,000 in civil penalties as a part of the consent decree.

Writing by Susan Heavey; Enhancing by Jeffrey Benkoe

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