A Mississippi company has agreed to pay a $2-million Clean Air Act (CAA) penalty to resolve claims that it imported and sold almost 80,000 non-road engines and equipment that were not covered by emissions-related certificates of conformity, because, in most cases, they exceeded CAA emissions standards. United States v. Power Train, Inc., No. 09-993 (D.D.C. lodged 2/28/11). Under the terms of the settlement, Power Train, Inc., Wood Sales, Inc., and Tool Mart, Inc. (collectively known as Power Train) will jointly pay the $2-million penalty and also implement projects estimated to cost $600,000 to offset excess pollution it caused. According to court documents, the illegal engines and equipment were imported between 2002 and 2008 and sold to businesses or individuals. A proposed consent decree lodged with the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia is subject to a 30-day comment period and court approval. See DOJ Press Release, February 28, 2011.