California Recycling Company Pleads Guilty to Recycling Fraud Scam

October 7, 2021

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Recycling Services Alliance, Inc., a Sacramento, CA recycling company, will pay $34 million for a long-running fraud scheme in which the company illegally submitted fake weight tickets and processed out-of-state bottles and cans to get inflated refunds for used beverage containers between January 2012 and September 2016. 

The company and its operations manager, Maximina Perez, pleaded guilty to recycling fraud. Perez was sentenced to seven years in prison, which will be suspended if she successfully completes five years of probation. 

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