Two Mass. recyclers agree to restore wetlands, pay fine
Feb 18, 2014 | 12:52 PM
| Lisa Gordon
PITTSBURGH Two recyclers in Walpole, Mass., will restore more than an acre of land and pay a fine after allegedly damaging protected wetlands and violating state regulations on hazardous waste storage.
Allied Recycling Center Inc. and Recycling Walpole LLC will pay a $125,000 civil penalty as part of a consent agreement, according to a statement from Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley. ....
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