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Cleveland man enters guilty plea for violating environmental laws

An owner of several garbage-hauling businesses in the Cleveland area entered a guilty plea after being charged with Clean Air Act violations, an article on cleveland.com reported March 27.

Business owner Christopher Gattarello pleaded guilty for his involvement in demolishing the National Acme Building. He apparently submitted permission to demolish the building, and then, when rejected, proceeded with the demolition anyways. This may be due to the estimated cost of proper asbestos removal which would have totaled approximately $1.5 million for the job. Reports said asbestos particles may have reached a school and houses in Glenville due to the demolition. Gattarello is expected to receive his sentence on June 19.

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