north fulton recycling changes

north fulton recycling changes

Residents with a “green” mindset face the prospect of shelling out more of their own green to practice what they preach.

The future of glass recycling in North Fulton is at a crossroads, and both cities and residents could face higher bills for the service or see it vanish altogether.

Waste haulers and recycling companies have notified North Fulton cities that glass recycling is becoming more expensive and dangerous for their facilities. The glass, they say, has damaged machines and contaminated other recycling materials. As a result, many companies have discontinued the practice.

LexisNexis to pay $1.2M after pay discrimination investigation

LexisNexis to pay $1.2M after pay discrimination investigation

Alpharetta-based LexisNexis recently agreed to pay over $1.2 million in back pay and interest to 211 female employees after apparent pay discrimination.

The company provides computer-assisted legal and business research and risk management services.

According to the U.S. Department of Labor, this will resolve allegations of “systematic pay discrimination against women at its facilities in Alpharetta and Boca Raton, Fla.”