Target pays $27,500 fine for air-pollution violations

  • Article by: Paul Walsh , Star Tribune
  • Updated: February 11, 2014 - 9:35 PM

Target Corp. has paid a $27,500 fine and taken corrective action at two facilities in Brooklyn Park and Elk River after being alerted that diesel generators were producing excessive air emissions, state pollution control officials said Tuesday.

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buzzard23Feb. 11, 14 3:30 PM

Awwwww...MPCA you know Target is a hometown hero and Minnesota company, right?

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DEANHEFeb. 11, 14 4:04 PM

The old adage " when it rains it pours " sure does apply to Target lately

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bik4u62Feb. 11, 14 4:11 PM

afoul?

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davehougFeb. 11, 14 5:49 PM

A) What a headache to report everything to government. B) Would government have caught this scofflaw if it wasn't reported to them BY said scofflaws :)

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edinawaterFeb. 11, 14 6:52 PM

afoul - to come into conflict with:The business had fallen afoul of the new government regulations.

Seems to me the word fits perfectly.

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