Colorado company left with hazardous waste

By: Associated Press Email
By: Associated Press Email
A Colorado property owner is trying to figure out how to clean up abandoned hazardous electronics waste.

CPU recycling

DENVER, Colo. (AP) A property owner says a company paid to recycle hazardous electronics waste has abandoned 750 tons of dangerous computer parts and the property owner is trying to figure out how to clean it up.

The property owner says Luminous Recycling started hauling trailers full of computer glass in June, just before a new law went into effect that makes dumping the glass in landfills illegal.


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