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    :: Tuesday, September 13, 2005 ::

    McWane Division Hit with $4.25 Million in Criminal Fines for Worker Death, Environmental Violation - Occupational Hazards
    "This is the second time that a McWane division has pleaded guilty to charges that allege systematic indifference to safety and environmental laws," Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Environment and Natural Resources Division Kelly Johnson said. "This case is especially egregious as it involves the death of an employee. We are committed to ensuring that environmental crimes in the workplace, particularly those that endanger employees, receive harsh punishments that will deter others from such practices."
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