4/6/10 Big Oil & Tire Co. has been hit with a $1.1 million judgment for failure to maintain and test underground fuel tanks at 76 stations from McKinleyville to Fortuna, the Humboldt County District Attorney's Office has reported.
Part of a joint action with the DA, the California Attorney General's Office, the State Water Resources Control Board and the California District Attorney's Association, the order came out of Humboldt County Superior Court last week.
The judgment requires Big Oil & Tire to make repairs to the tanks needed to comply with state and federal law, install and maintain spill and overfill prevention equipment and to submit to inspections. Big Oil & Tire must also cooperate with future investigations in the event of any additional violations, according to the decree. Read Full Article