Stavis Seafoods to pay USD 700,000 settlement related to deadly ammonia leak

Boston, Massachusetts-based seafood supplier Stavis Seafoods has come to an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to pay a USD 700,000 (EUR 616,500) cash penalty for violations of numerous environmental laws, including infringements that may have been contributing factors in the death of an employee following an ammonia leak at the company’s Boston, Massachusetts warehouse in 2016 ... 

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