More Solyndra glass being scrapped for a loss

Date: 14 February 2012
Bankrupt solar panel company’s liquidation of materials and plan to pay bonuses rile lawmakers More glass tubes at bankrupt solar panel maker Solyndra LLC are headed for the scrap heap.

Attorneys for the company filed papers in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware last week asking for a court order to dispose of up to 3,900 pallets filled with glass tubes that were used to make Solyndra’s solar panels. The lawyers said the company tried to auction the tubes, return them to a supplier and sell the material to recycling companies.

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