Appling lumber company fined

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An Appling, Ga., lumber company will pay fines totaling $10,000 to settle air quality violations related to its failure to properly maintain operating records, according to Georgia’s Environmental Protection Division.

In addition to paying the fines, Pollard Lumber Company Inc. also agreed to implement new and more accurate methods for calculating lumber production, according to a consent order posted in EPD’s Web site.

The consent order, posted today, was issued Feb. 20.

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Riverman1
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Riverman1 02/27/09 - 03:36 pm
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Don't worry about that

Don't worry about that piddling fine. The Pollards will save hundreds of thousands on state income tax with the "timber exemption" for large landowners bill the voters were hoodwiinked into approving.

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Bobbie S.K 02/27/09 - 03:36 pm
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yeah 10 K is what the

yeah 10 K is what the Pollards find in the couch!

iletuknow
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iletuknow 02/27/09 - 04:40 pm
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Why can't the Georgia's

Why can't the Georgia's Environmental Protection Division check out the massive polluters along the river in Augusta?

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Dan White 02/27/09 - 05:08 pm
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Does Al Gore know about this?

Does Al Gore know about this?

Craig Spinks
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Craig Spinks 02/27/09 - 06:10 pm
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Does our state continue to

Does our state continue to possess some of the weakest air and water pollution laws in the U.S.?

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patriciathomas 02/27/09 - 11:40 pm
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I sure wish we had the air

I sure wish we had the air and water pollution guidelines of a fine state like California. Look how well they're doing now.

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