According to Michigan Live:
And Noah Hall, an expert in environmental and water law with Wayne State University in Detroit, told Michigan Radio that the settlement “does not seem to be penalizing Enbridge.”
Hall explained: “On one hand, Enbridge is being asked to pay very little in terms of additional penalties above and beyond the damage they caused. On the other hand, because Enbridge’s oil spill contaminated the Kalamazoo River, they’ve already had to pay far more than would be typical after an oil spill to remediate the public resource.”
Michigan Radio adds that Enbridge is still negotiating settlements with the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), as well as other federal, state, and local entities for damages it caused to natural resources in the state—and that Hall expects the company will get hit with heavy payments in these upcoming settlements.
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