United States Attorney Deborah R. Gilg announced that Vision 20-20 Inc., a Nebraska Corporation located in Falls City, was fined $25,000 in federal court in Omaha.
Vision 20-20 entered a plea of guilty to an offense involving the illegal abatement and disposal of asbestos. The Honorable F.A. Gossett, United States Magistrate Judge, handed down the sentence. The Court further ordered restitution to the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services in the sum of $6,855 for monitoring the asbestos clean-up from unauthorized disposal sites.
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