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Cumberland Farms Fined For Violations

March 13, 2013 12:09 pm Category: News, Woodstock Leave a comment A+ / A-

Cumberland Farms has agreed to pay Vermont $150,000 in fines because employees at 10 of the company’s stores, including the one in Woodstock, failed to adequately monitor and respond to alarms connected to its underground gasoline storage tanks.
While most of the 39 separate violations that were uncovered during inspections carried out by the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources between 2005 and 2010 at the company’s stores in Barre, Fairlee, Lyndon, Montpelier, Morrisville, Northfield, Newport and St. Johnsbury involved the failure to maintain proper paperwork, in Woodstock there was an actual leak inside one of the gas tanks.
For more, see tomorrow’s Vermont Standard.

Cumberland Farms Fined For Violations Reviewed by on . Cumberland Farms has agreed to pay Vermont $150,000 in fines because employees at 10 of the company’s stores, including the one in Woodstock, failed to adequate Cumberland Farms has agreed to pay Vermont $150,000 in fines because employees at 10 of the company’s stores, including the one in Woodstock, failed to adequate Rating:

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