MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here said Wednesday it has agreed to pay nearly $2.6 million to settle a complaint filed in each of the Northern California counties in which it operates over its handling and record-keeping of retail hazardous waste — the latest retailer in the state to pay a fine and bring its practices in line with current environmental standards. According to local reports, the settlement money, which involves civil penalties, costs and expenses ...

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