In relation to the Allied Paper, Inc./Portage Creek/Kalamazoo River Superfund site in Michigan, a settling CERCLA defendant must perform an estimated $135.7 million in cleanup work on the Kalamazoo River and the adjacent banks and floodplains, pay $76.5 million to EPA and $6 million to Michigan for past and future response costs, and pay $27 million to the Kalamazoo River Natural Resources Trustee Council for natural resources damages and assessment costs.
Settling CERCLA defendants responsible for releasing hazardous substances at the Fair Lawn Well Field Superfund site in Fair Lawn, New Jersey, must perform remedial action that EPA selected for the site and pay any response costs above the amount that the United States recovered from Eastman Kodak Company in a 2014 bankruptcy settlement.
A settling CERCLA defendant must pay $1,700,000, with interest, to EPA for past response costs the Agency incurred to respond to releases and threatened releases of hazardous substances into the environment at or from the New Hampshire Dioxane Superfund site located in Atkinson and Hampstead, New Hampshire.
Settling CWA defendants that discharged pollutants without a permit into waters of the United States must restore the impacted areas and/or perform mitigation and pay a civil penalty.
A settling CAA and EPCRA defendant that failed to meet monitoring and reporting requirements for new source performance standards under the CAA and failed to meet hazardous substance reporting requirements under EPCRA must pay a civil penalty of $500,000 to be divided evenly between the United States and San Joaquin Valley Unified Air Pollution Control District, comply with all monitoring and reporting requirements and other injunctive relief, and perform two supplemental environmental projects to purchase and operate an infrared gas-imaging camera and purchase emergency responder equipment