Thai government sues Rajburi Ethanol over week-long 2016 wastewater spill

July 10, 2019 |

In Thailand, the Bangkok Post reports that the government wants Rajburi Ethanol to pay nearly $200,000 in damages following a wastewater leak that included molasses over the course of nearly a week in October 2016 that led to significant fish kill. The Pollution Control Department and Fisheries Department sued the company for damages related to the clean up on May 15 but earlier this month the court requested the two sides try to negotiate an out-of-court settlement instead of going to trial.

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