“‘Over the past seven years, the health department has entered into 10 consent agreements with U.S. Steel, and none of those have resulted in (the company) operating the Clairton Coke Works in compliance with the law,’ Ms. Bonomo said. . . .
“‘There is no justification for ACHD to allow this one company to continue to pollute the lungs of its neighbors,” Ms. Bonomo said. “U.S. Steel must be required to comply with the law now. The citizens of Allegheny County, including those most susceptible to harm, have a right to grow up breathing clean air. And the health department has an obligation to protect those rights.'”