Black & Decker Agrees To Pay Penalty For Failing To Report Defective Trimmers

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced Aug. 3 that Black & Decker Inc. has agreed to pay a $960,000 civil penalty to resolve allegations that the company knowingly failed to report several safety defects and hazards with its Grasshog XP weed trimmer/edgers (In the Matter of Black & Decker [U.S.] Inc., CPSC Docket No. 11-C0008).
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