AG: Fitchburg man falsified wastewater reports (MA)

The president of a private wastewater-treatment company and an engineering firm in Fitchburg was indicted on dozens of charges in connection with allegedly falsifying wastewater samples and test results at three condominium facilities including the Village of Flat Hill in Lunenburg, Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Friday.  Kent Oldfield, 52, of 601 Shea St., Fitchburg, the president of SRA Inc. and New England Engineering Group LLC, was indicted Friday by a statewide grand jury, said Healy in a press release, on six misdemeanor counts of knowingly tampering with wastewater test methods and 52 misdemeanor counts of knowingly making false reports to the state Department of Environmental Protection.      Read the article…………….

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