COVINGTON – The city of Covington reported Wednesday that it intends to complete its independent air quality testing related to ethylene oxide emissions by the end of the month. In addition, the city released information about the self-reporting by BD-Bard in September, clarification on BD’s occupational tax permit, and BD’s life safety and building code classifications.
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