Coors Fined for Air Pollution
DENVER (AP) _ Adolf Coors Co. was fined $1.05 million by the Colorado Health Department for violations of state air pollution regulations at the beer company’s brewery.
Coors was also ordered Wednesday to pay an additional fee representing the amount it saved or profited by not complying with state laws.
The 23-page order listed 100 air pollution emission notification violations, 56 permit violations and 33 volatile organic compound violations.
Coors has 20 days to appeal the fine to the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission.