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Owner of Columbus, Ohio, Recycling Sites Ordered to Clean Up Properties

Owner of Columbus, Ohio, Recycling Sites Ordered to Clean Up Properties

Franklin County Environmental Judge Daniel Hawkins has ordered Ebrahim Hooshiarnejad of Columbus, Ohio, to clean up his multiple recycling properties to keep them safe.

Last year, Hooshiarnejad’s 13-acre Marion Road site went up in flames due to a Phoenix Recycling worker’s discarded cigarette, and the fire caused approximately 8 million in damages.

The Columbus Dispatch highlights the new regulations:

A year after a blaze destroyed a South Side recycling site, the owner has agreed to clean up his properties and keep them safe.

Franklin County Environmental Judge Daniel Hawkins signed orders on Thursday requiring owner Ebrahim Hooshiarnejad to follow city codes at his properties at 611 Marion Road, the site of the May 1, 2015 fire; 521 and 659 Marion Road; 521 Innis Ave.; 1889-1891 Federal Parkway on the city's South Side; and 2040 Hamilton Road on the East Side.

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