A division of Republic Services recently brought legal action against a public authority, claiming it is handling loads far dirtier than what the two sides agreed to in a contract.
In new court filings seeking cleanup funds, two warehouse owners have named over 40 electronics recycling companies they say contributed to what became the largest CRT glass stockpile in U.S. history. The landlords invoke Superfund law in their suits.
When are local governments responsible to help pay for the cleanup of material they collected and sent to a recycling company? A trial in South Carolina may answer that question with regard to scrap electronics.
A New York recycling company executive has pleaded guilty to felony charges connected to a dispute over contamination in recycling loads collected from a commercial client.
The world’s largest e-commerce company will pay $1.5 million to settle allegations it broke California law on the marketing of plastics as “biodegradable” or “compostable.”
Major cathode ray tube tonnages left behind by Closed Loop Refining and Recovery sit in warehouses in Arizona and Ohio as regulatory and legal action continues.