District Court Approves Harley Air Decree Without ‘Supplemental’ Project

September 15, 2020
A federal district court has after a long delay approved a modified consent decree between the Justice Department (DOJ) and motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson, ending an EPA Clean Air Act enforcement action against the company and siding with DOJ’s decision to drop a “supplemental” environmental improvement project (SEP) from the decree. The original 2016 consent decree allocated $3 million dollars for a wood stove changeout project in the Northeast, to be administered by the public health advocacy group American Lung Association...


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