United States v. General Electric Company, 670 F.3d 377 (1st Cir. 2012)

(plaintiff’s manufacturing process involved use of PCBs resulting in scrap insulating material that was sold to paint manufacturer; plaintiff deemed to have sufficient intent to dispose of scrap material to become potentially liable under CERCLA as an “arranger” for disposal of covered hazardous substances). 

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