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NY coke plant, manager convicted in pollution case

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BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A Buffalo-area industrial plant and an employee have been convicted of violating federal clean air laws and other environmental regulations by allowing the release of cancer-causing benzene and other pollutants into the air and ground. Tonawanda Coke Corp. was found guilty Thursday in federal court of 11 counts of violating the Clean Air Act and three counts of violating...

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