Schnitzer denies shredder fluff contains excess lead
Oct 22, 2008 | 10:56 AM
| Paul Schaffer
Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc., responding to claims of unexpectedly high levels of lead found in the mostly plastic fluff from vehicles shredded in Hawaii, asserts it has systems in place there to protect the environment.
KITV televised a report that "Schnitzer Steel said it is reprocessing the residue to remove excess lead so it can go into the landfill."....
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