Albertsons has agreed to a $3.4 million settlement with a group of agencies in Southern California following a lawsuit that charged the chain with illegal disposal, transportation, storage and mismanagement of hazardous waste. The state has filed similar charges against other chains over the last few years. Albertsons settled the case without admitting fault or liability. As part of the settlement, it said it will develop and implement an environmental program that includes employee ...

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