EPA busts Wild Waves and Six Flags for not meeting chemical reporting requirements

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Federal regulators and the former owners of Wild Waves amusement park in Federal Way have agreed on a settlement for violations of federal Superfund chemical reporting requirements, Environmental Protection Agency officials said Monday. Enchanted Parks Inc. (operating name for Six Flags at the park) will pay $7,000 to EPA and provide $14,000 in emergency response equipment, EPA officials said. South King Fire & Rescue is the designated beneficiary of the first aid gear, a so-called crash cart to be kept at Wild Waves.

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