AutoZone violates Calif. toxic waste laws, suit alleges


SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 (Reuters) - California Attorney General Bill Lockyer said on Wednesday he filed a $12 million lawsuit against AutoZone Inc. , alleging the largest U.S. auto parts retailer has violated the state's hazardous waste and disposal laws. His office issued a statement noting that the district attorneys of San Bernardino County, Monterey County and San Joaquin County joined him in the lawsuit, which alleges violations at many of the Memphis, Tennessee-based company's stores ...

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