The company will pay a $36,890 penalty.
Crystal Cabinet also agreed to improve its employee safety training and record-keeping. In addition, the company will certify its compliance with hazardous waste regulations and will certify that it determined if its waste is hazardous based on ignitability.
A fire at the company prompted a May 2001 EPA inspection that revealed Crystal Cabinet had failed to properly identify and manage hazardous waste at its 430,000-square-foot facility where it manufactures custom cabinetry.
Under the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act passed by Congress in 1976, EPA regulates hazardous waste from its production to its final disposal.