"Kodak Trying To Get Over Toxic Hangover"

"As it inches closer to emergence from bankruptcy, Eastman Kodak is still wrestling with the financial repercussions of past environmental problems."

"Federal and New York state officials have filed a dozen claims for past environmental damage and expenses, including demands for up to $10.1 million to address toxic silver contamination of sediments in the Genesee River.

At the same time, Kodak is negotiating with a state agency to create an environmental trust fund that would become responsible for ongoing cleanup and any as-yet-undiscovered issues related to historic contamination at Eastman Business Park."

Steve Orr reports for the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle May 29, 2013.