This environmental health case involves a landfill that has been exposed to numerous toxic chemicals in Utah. The landfill in question was a hazardous waste disposal site, and contained hundreds of distinct chemicals. Eventually, an apartment complex was built on and around the site, which was found to be exposing residents to toxic substances. Remediation efforts went underway sometime later, and included constructing containment and drainage systems to prevent further migration of toxic chemicals. Eventually, the defendants disturbed and exposed contaminated sediment and waste while performing sewer remediation work, and the released toxins spread from the sewers to the plaintiff’s apartments. The plaintiffs of this case began to develop various illnesses, and claimed the onset of cancer and an impacted reproductive capacity to be a direct result of the environmental toxins.