CVS Pharmacy Agrees To Pay $14M To Resolve Claims Over Waste Disposal

CVS Pharmacy Agrees To Pay $14M To Resolve Claims Over Waste Disposal

VENTURA, Calif. - CVS Pharmacy Inc. on April 18 agreed to pay $14 million to resolve claims from 44 California district attorneys and city attorneys in Los Angeles and San Diego that the company violated California law in its handling and disposal of hazardous wastes over a seven-year period at hundreds of locations in the state, Ventura County District Attorney Gregory D. Totten announced (People of the State of California v. CVS Pharmacy Inc., No. 56-2012-00415450-CU-MC-VTA, Calif. Super., Ventura Co.). Subscribers may view the judgment and consent agreement available within the full update.

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