Veolia Agrees to $25M Settlement in Flint Water Crisis Case

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The money adds to the $626 million for residents impacted by the crisis from an earlier settlement with Michigan and others.

February 19, 2024
James Leggate - Engineering News-Record

Engineering firm Veolia North America agreed to a $25-million settlement to resolve a federal class action case related to its work for the city of Flint, Mich., during the city’s lead-in-water crisis, the company and attorneys for the plaintiffs announced Feb. 1. Veolia is the second engineering firm that worked for the city to settle with city residents, and the deal came ahead of a class-action trial scheduled to start later this month.

Reprinted courtesy of James Leggate, Engineering News-Record

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