KENOSHA, WI — A Kenosha laminating business was assessed a $5,000 fine after it was found to have violated federal clean air standards, according to the Kenosha News.

Laminated Products Inc. and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reached the agreement in April, after the company violated clean air regulations by using excessive amounts of toluene and denatured alcohol as cleaning solvents in its cabinet furniture assemble process, according to a statement from the EPA.

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