Kenny Gravitt, who led Kentucky-based GES, could be facing prison time and steep fines in connection with the handling and disposal of CRT glass.
A judge has ruled in favor of Closed Loop Refining and Recovery’s former landlord in a case centered on CRT glass stockpiling. Just how much the defunct company will be asked to pay in damages, however, is still up in the air.
The collapse of e-scrap company Creative Recycling Systems is still being felt in South Carolina, where nearly a dozen solid waste agencies are being sued by Creative’s former landlord.
A trucking company is suing two electronics recycling firms and a logistics provider, claiming they were responsible for a battery explosion and fire that injured employees and damaged property.
Telecommunications giant Comcast has agreed to pay the state of California a hefty sum for illegally disposing of e-scrap and other devices over the past decade and for failing to protect customer information.
A southeast U.S. e-scrap company that recently filed for bankruptcy says it is out of cash and has CRT devices on hand, although the exact volume of material is unclear.