Today PG&E will provide the state with documents to help determine whether its lack of good record keeping actually contributed to the deadly San Bruno gasline explosion last September. If the utility is found guilty of violating the law, which it likely will be, it could be fined up to $400 million. [Read more - San Jose Mercury News]
Of the myriad of things cramming California landfills, discarded carpets are taking up lots of space. About 400 million pounds are tossed each year,...
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But didn’t they also get permission to raise rates in exchange for better record keeping? It seems like maybe this won’t cost them anything.