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Diane Wilson kayaking away from the Point Comfort Texas plant carrying a bag full of nurdles she collected from one of Formosa’s outfall areas on January 15, 2020. Wilson was a lead plantif in a case against the Formosa Plastics Corp. USA that resulted in a $50-million-dollar settlement and a range of conditions in an agreement known as a consent decree. Key among the conditions was the company’s promise to halt releasing the nurdles it manufactures into local waterways leading to the Texas Gulf Coast
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Diane Wilson kayaking away from the Point Comfort Texas plant carrying a bag full of nurdles she collected from one of Formosa’s outfall areas on January 15, 2020.  Wilson  was a lead plantif in a  case against the Formosa Plastics Corp. USA  that resulted in a $50-million-dollar settlement and a range of conditions in an agreement known as a consent decree. Key among the conditions was the company’s promise to halt releasing the nurdles it manufactures into local waterways leading to the Texas Gulf Coast