The Environmental Protection Agency has fined a California company nearly $100,000 for 21 alleged violations of federal pesticide laws. The agency says Wilber-Ellis Co., a national distributor of agricultural products, has agreed to pay $99,600 to resolve allegations that emerged from investigations in Idaho, Arizona, the Navajo Nation and the Fort Mojave Indian Tribe.
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