Trident Agrees to Millions of Dollars in Fines and Improvements

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Trident Seafoods is agreeing to pay the federal government $2.5-million to settle clean water act violations at its Alaska processing facilities. The Seattle-based company will also spend tens of millions of dollars to upgrade facilities and do clean up. The Environmental Protection Agency is calling the agreement a "game changer" for environmental practices in the industry in Alaska. APRN’s Annie Feidt reports.

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