According to the lawsuit, throughout the Class Period, and in connection with the IPO and the SPO, Sotera Health made false and misleading representations concerning its emissions control systems and exposure to liability from lawsuits for the Company’s failure to limit harmful Ethylene Oxide (“EtO”) emissions. The Company represented that it had “a proactive [environmental, health and safety] program and a culture of safety and quality.” In addition, Sotera Health stated that it employed adequate and effective safeguards to control EtO emissions. Moreover, Sotera Health and its executives vehemently denied allegations that the Company’s EtO emissions from its sterilization facilities caused cancer and other severe health issues in people living in the communities near those facilities.
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