Dattco sued over bus-idling pollution

Matt Pilon, Hartford Business Journal

The Conservation Law Foundation (CLF), which sent investigators to observe Dattco buses at lots in New Britain, Plainville, South Windsor and five other Connecticut locations during October, November and February, alleges in its Feb. 19 “citizen lawsuit” that Dattco violated the federal Clean Air Act at least 132 times, allowing buses to idle in excess of the three minutes allowed under federal law and state anti-idling regulation.

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