15 Apr '11, 6pm

Dairy Industry Wins Oil Spill Exemption

The exemption has been welcomed by the dairy industry. “[We] applaud the Environmental Protection Agency for its decision to exempt milk and milk product containers from its oil spill prevention rule. The EPA has responded to our concerns about the rule and has now exempted not only milk containers at the farm and at fluid milk processing facilities, but also at all dairy processing facilities,” said International Dairy Foods Association president and CEO Connie Tipton.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/04/15/dairy-indus...

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