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U.S. Minerals Incorporated accused of exposing employees to elevated levels of arsenic at its Anaconda facility has admitted to violating the Clean Air Act. According to a news release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office under the terms of a plea agreement in the criminal case the government and U.S. Minerals will jointly recommend to the Court that the company be placed on probation for five years and pay a $393,200 fine.

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