The U.S. District of Minnesota has preliminarily approved a class action settlement in the matter of Keech et al v. Sanimax USA, LLC, case no 0:18-cv-00683-JRT-HB.
The Settlement, agreed upon by the parties and approved by the Court, calls for a cash fund of $750, 000, less costs and attorneys’ fees, for owners or occupiers of residential property located within a two mile radius of the Sanimax Facility at 505 Hardman Avenue, South St. Paul, Minnesota, at any point in time from March 12, 2012 to the present (the "Class Period"), and all owners or occupiers of residential property who submitted a residential data sheet to Class Counsel on or before July 15,2019 concerning odors or emissions from South St. Paul.
As part of the settlement, Sanimax will also spend at least $450,000 over the next four or more years on various improvement measures to help minimize the impact of emissions from the Facility. These improvements can only be implemented only after obtaining engineering reports, having air modelling performed and acquiring air permits from the Environmental Protection Agency, the State of Minnesota and the City of South St. Paul.
There are several Court-ordered deadlines that must be followed by members of the class:
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