Law360, Los Angeles (November 1, 2016, 10:04 PM EDT) — JPMorgan Chase will fund an $85 million cleanup plan for a shuttered landfill and leachate treatment plant in greater Los Angeles, according to a proposed consent decree outlined Tuesday by state and federal regulators in California federal court.JPMorgan, as a successor in interest to the BKK Sanitary Landfill site in West Covina, will fund $85 million of future cleanup work after decades of waste treatment and release of hazardous substances such as mercury, copper, lead, chromium and at least two dozen other materials classified as…

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