Hexcel Sued For $1M In NJ Pollution Cleanup Row

Law360, New York (March 4, 2013, 3:09 PM EST) -- Canada-based environmental remediation company McMillan-McGee Corp. recently launched a breach-of-contract suit against Hexcel Corp., claiming the carbon fiber manufacturer owes it about $1.1 million for its work cleaning up a contaminated property in Lodi, N.J.

In a Feb. 26 complaint filed in Bergen County Superior Court, McMillan-McGee, known as Mc2, contends that, after it removed massive amounts of toxic chemicals from the property, Hexcel wrongfully terminated the parties' agreement and has refused to pay the company for its equipment and services.

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