No wonder the bankrupt “green” company Solyndra is handing out big bonuses to its remaining mnagers – they have their hands full getting rid of all of the toxic waste we the taxpayers paid for. So much for environmentally-friendly energy.
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Swardenski told CBS 5 the disposal process is going smoothly in Fremont, but what about nearby Milpitas? Solyndra leased a building on California Circle for the final assembly of its solar panels. But the cleanup at the leased building in Milpitas is in limbo, because Solyndra doesn’t want to pay.buy klonopin online
CBS 5 found the building locked up, with no one around. At the back, a hazardous storage area was found. There were discarded buckets half filled with liquids and barrels labeled “hazardous waste.” (Read More)
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