An Upper Sandusky, Ohio, electronics recycling facility has been hit with a $66,000 fine from federal workplace safety regulators.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Regency Technologies did not take proper steps to protect its workers from cadmium, a toxic metal found in some televisions and electric equipment. The agency said it found eight serious safety violations, including surface contamination, overexposure, and a failure to provide workers adequate safety gear.
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