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Tampon maker sues over recycling

Unsafe products sold, firm alleges

Posted: May 3, 2013 at 3:24 a.m.

A national manufacturer of personal hygiene products has accused a recycling company of reneging on a contract to destroy defective products made at the company’s Conway mill, resulting in more than 1 million defective tampons being diverted for resale on the “gray market,” including the Internet.

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Business, Pages 29 on 05/03/2013

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