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Update: General Magnaplate pulling out of Ventura County

By   /  Friday, April 15th, 2016  /  Latest news, Law  /  Comments Off on Update: General Magnaplate pulling out of Ventura County

General Magnaplate California is closing its Ventura facility, the company announced on April 15. Difficult California business conditions and the settlement of a lawsuit filed by the Environmental Defense Center forced the closure, the company said. General Magnaplate has made reinforced parts used in the aerospace, transportation, medical, oil and other industries for 36 years. “After 36 successful Read More →

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Settlement reached over General Magnaplate’s runoff into Santa Clara River

By   /  Friday, April 15th, 2016  /  Latest news, Law  /  Comments Off on Settlement reached over General Magnaplate’s runoff into Santa Clara River

The Environmental Defense Center and Santa Barbara law firm Keller Rohrback reached a settlement with General Magnaplate California to address alleged Clean Water Act violations stemming from storm water runoff generated by its Ventura electroplating facility. General Magnaplate, which has made reinforced parts used in the aerospace, transportation, medical, oil and other industries for more than 30 Read More →

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Jail time unlikely for Plains executives

By   /  Friday, June 12th, 2015  /  Energy, Latest news, South Coast, Technology, Top Stories, Tourism, Tri-County Economy  /  Comments Off on Jail time unlikely for Plains executives

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Bigger fines needed to hold oil pipe owners accountable

By   /  Friday, May 29th, 2015  /  Editorials, Energy, Latest news, Opinion, South Coast, Tourism  /  Comments Off on Bigger fines needed to hold oil pipe owners accountable

It’s a case of business as usual for Plains All American Pipeline, which owns the pipe that ruptured near Goleta on May 19 and spilled an estimated 101,000 gallons of oil. About 21,000 gallons of oil flowed through a storm culvert under Highway 101 into the ocean, blackening area beaches and creating a 10-square-mile oil Read More →

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