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Cleaning up someone else's mess

N.E. businesses billed for oil dump cleanup

Paul Borriello, former owner of Lynn Fells Exxon in Saugus, owes $20,000 as part of the $65 million Superfund cleanup bill. Paul Borriello, former owner of Lynn Fells Exxon in Saugus, owes $20,000 as part of the $65 million Superfund cleanup bill. (Globe Staff Photo / Mark Wilson)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / March 17, 2009

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They were the responsible ones: thousands of service station owners and other business people across New England who made the effort to properly dispose of waste oil and antifreeze by sending it to the sprawling Beede Waste Oil Co. in Plaistow, N.H. (Full article: 1154 words)

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