Plant owner pays nearly $150K after Delaware bridge's closure in 2018

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WILMINGTON, DE - A chemical plant owner has repaid the Delaware River and Bay Authority nearly $150,000 in lost revenue after a toxic gas leak forced a bridge to close for hours in 2018.            

Robert Stewart with Croda Inc. said in a Tuesday statement that reimbursing the DRBA is the right thing to do.

 

 

 

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