Biological Processors of Alabama v. Dow Reichhold Specialty Latex, LLC

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Our client operated a waste treatment facility. The complaint alleges the defendant shipped waste that did not conform to the provided profile, but rater, contained a toxic organic substance. The non-conforming waste created a disruption that resulted in severe business losses. Due to these losses, the plaintiff was no longer able financially to maintain operations. Moreover, due to the waste on-site in the treatment process when operations ceased, the EPA eventually declared the facility to be a superfund site.

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Published In: Business Torts Updates, General Business Updates, Environmental Updates

Reference Info:Pleadings | Federal, 11th Circuit, Alabama | United States

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