Los Angeles Waterkeeper v. National Ready Mixed Concrete
||Los Angeles Waterkeeper
||National Ready Mixed Concrete Company
||February 9, 2018
||California Central District Court
||Dolly M. Gee
||Karen L. Stevenson
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|January 3, 2019
CONSENT DECREE by Judge Dolly M. Gee: Upon Request for Entry of Consent Decree 26 , it is the express purpose of the Settling Parties entering into this Consent Decree to further the objectives set forth in the Clean Water Act, 33 U.S.C. Sections 12 51, et seq., and to resolve those issues alleged by Plaintiff Los Angeles Waterkeeper ("Waterkeeper") in its Complaint as to discharges of pollutants into waters by its facilities. Defendant National Ready Mixed Concrete Company ("Nati onal") will pay the sum of $47,500 to the Rose Foundation for Communities and the Environment to fund environmental project activities that will benefit Southern California waters. To partially reimburse Waterkeeper for its investigation fe es and costs, expert/consultant fees and costs, and reasonable attorneys' fees incurred as a result of investigating and preparing the lawsuits and negotiating this Consent Decree, Defendant shall pay a total of $110,000. This Consent Decre e constitutes a full and final settlement of this matter. See document re Commitments of Settling Parties re storm water pollution control best management practices, sampling, reduction of pollutants in discharges, employee training, compliance monitoring and reporting, and other details. ( MD JS-6. Case Terminated ) (gk) ** PURSUANT TO THE NOTICE OF CLERICAL ERROR OF 1/4/2019 28 , THE DOCKET ENTRY HAS BEEN CORRECTED TO REFLECT THE CORRECT JUDGE'S NAME ** Modified on 1/4/2019 (gk).
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