Two former supervisors at DaimlerChrysler AG’s Chrysler Group’s Kokomo, IN, transmission plant have been fined for illegally dumping industrial oil coolant into the Kokomo city sewer system. One was sentenced to six months of home detention, the other to three months. The incident occurred in April 1997, when the plant’s engineering supervisor and environmental administrator directed plant workers to pour thousands of gallons of coolant through bypass lines into the city sewers. The oil ...

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