Boston's Logan Airport receives $90,000 fine due to insufficient cleanup training
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a $90,000 penalty against Boston's Logan Airport because the facility failed to provide workers sufficient tutorials regarding oil spill cleanup methods. The lack of training could impact airport workers and travelers.
BOSFuel, a collection of major airlines, controls more than seven million gallons of oil stationed at the airport, and Swissport Fueling manages the oil facility's day-to-day operations. The EPA penalty has led the companies to consider new ways to improve training deficiencies, and the two organizations are working collaboratively with the agency to make the corrections.
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