Pfizer Fined by EPA for Failing to Disclose Chemicals Used in Puerto Rico Plant

November 2, 2016

The Environmental Protection Agency has fined Pfizer almost $200,000 for storing ammonia and methylamine in amounts that exceeded regulatory thresholds.

The pharmaceutical company was required to file a chemical safety plan, which Pfizer failed to do.

The regulated substances are no longer present at the plant in amounts above the regulatory limit, and the plant now appears to be in compliance, the EPA added.

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