- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 13, 2015

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire’s attorney general says the state has entered into a settlement with a Massachusetts-based corporation that will pay $292,500 to resolve hazardous waste allegations at its plant in Hudson, New Hampshire.

JMD Industries conducts metal finishing at two locations in Hudson. The hazardous waste charges stem from JMD’s attempt to recycle spent liquids from manufacturing at the wastewater treatment unit at one of the plants.

After an inspection, the state Department of Environmental Services determined the liquids could not be recycled and should have been treated as hazardous waste.

JMD has discontinued the practice.



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