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Fly ash data removed from spreadsheets, TVA engineer testifies

September 28, 2011 - By Ed Marcum Nashville News Sentinel/Knoxnews.com Excerpt: Engineers who removed certain data from spreadsheets used for groundwater monitoring at the time of the 2008 Kingston coal fly ash... Read More


Alexander wants legal action

August 12, 2009 - Moulton Mayor Ray Alexander  said he was looking out for the best interests of the citizens of Moulton and Lawrence County when he retained legal representation regarding... Read More


Leaking storage tank sites in ECI total 250

March 10, 2009 - MUNCIE - For years, the owners of a former gasoline station failed to warn a neighbor that the ground water and soil beneath his house was contaminated with gasoline, a lawsuit... Read More


Beasley Allen improves quality of life for those threatened by environmental toxins

January 8, 2009 - Beasley Allen attorneys Rhon Jones and David Byrne are fighting to make a difference in the lives of those threatened by environmental toxins that contaminate waterways, soil and... Read More


DuPont finds high levels of C8 in Chinese workers

November 6, 2008 - DuPont Co. has found high levels of the toxic chemical C8 in the blood of workers at a new Teflon plant in China, despite company promises to greatly reduce exposures and emissions.... Read More


United States Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal of $20M pollution verdict

July 28, 2008 - On Friday, June 27th, the United States Supreme Court issued an order rejecting all further appeals of the $20,709,000 pollution verdict entered against the Continental Carbon plant in... Read More


U.S. Supreme Court refuses Continental Carbon’s appeal of $20M pollution verdict

July 28, 2008 - On Friday, June 27th, the United States Supreme Court issued an order rejecting all further appeals of the $20,709,000 pollution verdict entered against the Continental Carbon plant in... Read More


Columbus gets $3.4M damages check

July 9, 2008 - The city of Columbus was awarded $3.4 million Tuesday for its share of punitive damages in its lawsuit against a Phenix City plant. The city of Columbus, local boat dealer John Tharpe... Read More


Residents near yeast plant sue over odor

June 30, 2008 - Lawsuits filed in federal and state court by several residents living near a yeast plant north of Headland claim the noxious odor coming from the plant is such a nuisance that it... Read More


Supreme Court refuses appeals in pollution verdict

June 27, 2008 - The United States Supreme Court on Friday rejected all further appeals of punitive damages in a nearly 4-year-old pollution verdict of more than $20.7 million against a Phenix City... Read More


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