Harley-Davidson is reopening its plant in central Pennsylvania , saying tests indicate a paint chemical poses no danger to workers. Company spokesman Michael DiMauro told the Courier Post that the idled shop in York should reopen today. The Motor Co. stopped work at that plant and one in Kansas City last week after a supplier notified H-D that its paint, used at the plants, could expose workers to benzene, a chemical linked to cancer. DiMauro says tests in the York paint shop showed the benzene levels were well below government exposure limits. Test results are still pending in Kansas City. Posted by Holly Wagner at Dealer News
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