Kohler to Pay $20M Penalty for California Engine Emissions
Kohler Co. has agreed to pay a $20 million civil penalty to resolve allegations that emissions from its small spark-ignition engines violated the Clean Air Act and California law...
In a separate agreement resolving California-only claims, Kohler will pay an additional $200,000 civil penalty and fund a program that will supply $1.8 million worth of solar-battery generators to low-income residents of California who live in areas where power is shut off to lessen wildfire risk.This reminds me of something else I'd read recently about the company, information, adverse environmental impacts
|Land inside Kohler Andrae State Park the company is seeking to complete a privately-owned planned golf course facility.|
and data supplied to the government:
State judge rejects DNR approval of environmental permit for luxurious Kohler golf course