The judge didn’t pull any punches with this RCRA violator.

Individual: Edward Miller, Sidney, NE.

Business: Truck driver.

Penalty: 33 months in federal prison, plus three years of supervised release, and must pay $25,471
in restitution.

Reasons for penalty: Miller loaded a flatbed truck with containers of chemicals, pesticides and other hazardous wastes from a warehouse at Renkoski Property Development in Sidney, Nebraska. He then transported the hazardous waste without a permit and dumped it at three undeveloped sites.

Note: Miller pleaded guilty to criminal violations of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA).

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Jon Knight

Jon Knight leads the NASP Team’s media creation department. He has been involved with workplace safety training since 2017 with a focus on course creation. He also provides video production and voiceovers for NASP content.
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