June 13, 1992 |
BFM Aerospace Corp., another victim of the defense downturn, will close its Energy Products Division here and lay off 280 employees, the company confirmed Friday. BFM Energy Products, which makes control rods for nuclear submarines, will shut its operation on East Dyer Road in Santa Ana at the end of August, said Barry Rodgers, chairman of BFM Aerospace.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 25, 1990
An Irvine company has agreed to pay a $65,000 federal fine for illegally shipping hazardous waste to the same unauthorized disposal plant in Wyoming that Disneyland was penalized last month for utilizing. Scientific Applications International Corp. also agreed in its settlement with the Environmental Protection Agency to develop new, legal procedures for disposing of its industrial waste. Similar charges are still pending against four others: BFM Energy Products Corp.
December 28, 1989 |
The Orange County Hazardous Materials Team, administered by the county Health Care Agency division of environmental health, responds to calls on chemical spills and other incidents involving hazardous materials. Sometimes it goes to the site, other times it advises citizens or local fire departments over the phone.