Kentucky e-recycler admits to illegal dumping of CRTs

Kentucky-based Global Environmental Services (GES) has admitted to dumping CRTs in an illegal landfill in Scott County.

The company officials have confessed that the employees had buried the electronics that were supposed to be recycled.  The dump is located nearly 100 yards away from GES’s Georgetown, Ky facility.Earlier, there were allegations that numerous wooden pallets and giant cardboard boxes filled with old televisions and other electronic were thrown into a hole, roughly 10 feet deep and at least 30 feet in diameter.Photos from the site showed rental trucks dumping CRTs into the hole.

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Date: 22 October 2015

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