Wednesday, November 28, 2007

More legal support for voluntary cleanups

For years, companies that elected to voluntarily clean up Superfund sites have been at a disadvantage, with legal precedent frustrating their attempts to collect payments from other parties who contributed to the contamination.

But more recent rulings are giving hope to their chances of recouping some of the costs of remediations that often can run into multi-million-dollar figures.

Today's issue of reports on the most recent decision in "3rd Circuit Changes Direction in 'DuPont' Environmental Cleanup Case"

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