The Kansas attorney general's office says an environmental services company has to repay about $2,400 after the company was accused of sending false billings to four cities in Kansas.

The Kansas attorney general's office says an environmental services company has to repay about $2,400 after the company was accused of sending false billings to four cities in Kansas.
Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt's office says in a release Wednesday that the attorney general's office has entered into a consent judgment with Commercial Maintenance Chemical Corporation under the Kansas False Claims Act. The New York-based company was accused of sending false billings to four cities in Kansas after delivering free samples and unordered products.
The Topeka Capital-Journal reports that the consent judgment demands repayment to Emporia, Cawker City, Wilson and Concordia and prohibits Commercial Maintenance Chemical Corporation from operating in Kansas again.