California Sues Walmart Over Disposal Of Hazardous WasteRetail giant Walmart illegally dumps more than 1 million batteries, aerosol cans of insect killer and other products, toxic cleaning supplies, electronic waste, latex paints and other hazardous waste into California landfills each year, state prosecutors alleged Monday in a lawsuit that the company labeled "unjustified."
DirecTV To Pay $9.5M To Settle Hazardous Waste AllegationsThe company agreed to take measures to properly dispose of hazardous waste in the future.
Toxic Ash And Debris Pose Big Problems For California Wildfire CleanupEvery debris removal operation is unique and comes with its own set of challenges, including type of damage, terrain and accessibility,"
O'Reilly Auto Parts To Pay $9.86 Million In Waste Mishandling LawsuitThe California District Attorney’s Office announced a $9.86 million settlement against O’Riley Auto Parts on Thursday.
AT&T Pays $23.3M To Settle Hazardous Waste CaseAT&T has agreed to pay California authorities $23.3 million to settle allegations that it improperly disposed of hazardous waste over a nine-period.
Lowe's To Settle California Claims For $18 Million Lowe's Home Centers will pay $18.1 million to settle California claims that it illegally disposed of hazardous wastes at its stores throughout the state.
UPDATE: Wal-Mart Pleads Guilty In California Hazardous Waste CaseWal-Mart Stores Inc. has pleaded guilty to charges the company dumped hazardous waste in California.