BP air pollution settlement in Whiting, and what it means in pollution controls for neighbors

This week, oil company BP agreed to cut air pollution at its Whiting refinery in a $400 million settlement with the federal government.

(The full story is here.)

What does this mean for us -- the refinery's neighbors? The Tribune's environmental reporter Michael Hawthorne sat down in the Tribune newsroom to talk about the impact.

-- James Janega

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